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Apache memory profile on Windows 2000 Server

From: James Sears <JSears_at_clifford-thames.com>
Date: 2004-08-05 15:54:01 CEST

We are evaluating subversion and I have set up a Windows 2000 Server box
running: Apache/2.0.50 (Win32) DAV/2 SVN/1.0.6 mod_ssl/2.0.50

We are using SSL Client Certificates and basic authentication.

Apache + modules are built against VS 2003 .NET as is OpenSSL.

Usage is light, with a daily average of 300k access_log files amongst eight
geographically spread users. The software rarely gets stopped / started.
Apache is dedicated to hosting subversion, the only users are subversion
clients, and the Apache error file is clean.

What I concerned about is that Apache is using up lots of RAM. Anything upto
400MB (so far) on our 512MB box. Is it normal for Apache to use up so much
memory when used with Subversion using SSL Client Certificates?

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