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Re: memory use

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-19 08:46:41 CEST

cmpilato@collab.net writes:

> Michael Price <michael.price@computer.org> writes:
> > Just an interesting data point here.
> >
> > On my Solaris box I just used the 0.24.2 svn binary to switch from the
> > release branch to the trunk. The process steadily grew until at the end
> > it was using around 46MB of memory. That's almost as large as my
> > mozilla process :)
> >
> > Should svn switch be using that much memory?
> Hey, Michael, just to confirm that you aren't insane, I just verified
> that switch is indeed eating a bunch of memory. What I saw was a bit
> different than your description. My 'svn' process was basically
> steady at 4 megs of usage (by which I mean, it was growing very
> slowly, like it would if most of its computations were path
> manipulations stockpiling in a main pool), the *poof* it jumped up to
> 25 megs of usage, and then slowly grew from there.
> Investigating now.

Sheesh, I hate to say it, but I think this memory growth is happening
either in neon or the XML parser. Somewhere between
ne_request_dispatch() and ...


I found it.

Watch for a commit soon.

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