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Re: RFV on issue 860 (httpd memory usage)

From: Kirby C. Bohling <kbohling_at_birddog.com>
Date: 2002-11-13 06:17:30 CET

On Tue, 2002-11-12 at 23:57, Michael Price wrote:
> This isn't httpd related but it is issue 860 related. There is an svn
> memory leak and/or memory issue. The script below should explain better
> than I can.
>
> Note that the program crashed in the last example due to the hard memory
> limits I set (as the subsequent 'ulimit -a' shows).
>

... Snip interesting script output...

Michael,

        Could you send me more info on your configuration? What did you pass
to configure, what revision of svn, what version OS/Compiler/libc your
using? Which BDB version are you using?

        I tried to duplicate it, and I couldn't on a fresh RedHat 8.0 machine.
I've got plenty of spare hardware, and plenty of bandwidth to reproduce
this on x86 hardware with your Free OS of choice. I checked in smaller
file (about 200MB), but I never saw more the 5.4MB of allocated VM at
any point during my commit, and it moved about add about 40K right at
the end of the commit. Which is fundamentally different behaviour then
what the issue tracker describes.

        I'll try this script when I get home, but with 0.15.0 I couldn't
duplicate the issue on a RedHat Linux box when I didn't build
mod_dav_svn.

        I would love to help track this down, but I can't repoduce it yet. So
more information on your configuration would be mighty useful to getting
me in a position where I can start investigation of the problem.

        Thanks,
                Kirby

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