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RE: Apache memory profile on Windows 2000 Server

From: James Sears <JSears_at_clifford-thames.com>
Date: 2004-08-05 17:05:59 CEST

We've got a couple of repositories being hosted.

Cumulatively they contain something like this:
- 30% Java source code; One project has a trunk of 1000 source files.
- 50% C++ source code; One project has a trunk of 4500 source files
- 20% Binary items; nothing large, things like Word documents + maybe some
source data.

Total size of the two repositories is around 375MB's.

We've been trialling subversion for around a couple of weeks.

Since this morning I have started capturing perfmon .csv logs of the apache

You should note that I rebooted yesterday in order to apply a Windows Update
- so, currently, Apache's memory usage more or less tallies with our other,
non subversion, Apache's. However, over the next few days I am expecting
that to change. My guess is that something is leaking.

-----Original Message-----
From: Ben Collins-Sussman [mailto:sussman@collab.net]
Sent: 05 August 2004 15:30
To: James Sears
Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Apache memory profile on Windows 2000 Server

On Thu, 2004-08-05 at 08:54, James Sears wrote:

> Usage is light, with a daily average of 300k access_log files amongst
> 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
> 400MB (so far) on our 512MB box.

I wonder if you've found a bug in mod_dav_svn; there's no justifiable
reason for an apache httpd child process to grow that large. What sort
of data is being used in subversion?

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