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RE: Apache memory profile on Windows 2000 Server

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-08-05 17:09:24 CEST

James Sears <JSears@clifford-thames.com> wrote on 08/05/2004 11:05:59 AM:

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

BTW, since I suppose it could matter, the stats I posted earlier were for
an Apache server running SVN 1.1 RC1 and the repositories are using the
new fsfs format.

I never noticed any problems with 1.0.x, but I suppose if there are
problems they could be fixed in 1.1


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