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Re: Apache memory profile on Windows 2000 Server

From: Nathan Kidd <nathan_at_hummingbird.com>
Date: 2004-08-05 19:13:56 CEST

Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

> On Thu, 2004-08-05 at 08:54, James Sears wrote:
>
>>What I concerned about is that Apache is using up lots of RAM. Anything upto
>>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?

To add a datapoint here:

I'm using the exact same setup except without SSL and have noticed
similar.

Setup: "Apache/2.0.50 (Win32) SVN/1.0.6 DAV/2 Server" W2K AS, 1GB RAM.

I used the standard MSI installers of both Apache and Subversion, and
started vss2svn.pl yesterday. After a couple hours I saw Apache using
about 35MB. 20 hours and 5100 commits later Apache is using 135MB. The
only thing it's doing is serving svn.

The files being commited are all source, 1 to 30K in size, on average.

The db directory looks like:
     7,815,168 changes
        16,384 copies
         1,738 DB_CONFIG
     1,044,665 log.0000001406
        44,943 log.0000001407
    10,862,592 nodes
     9,977,856 representations
       131,072 revisions
   450,355,200 strings
     1,523,712 transactions
        16,384 uuids
         8,192 __db.001
       270,336 __db.002
       327,680 __db.003
       737,280 __db.004
        16,384 __db.005
Total 483,149,586 bytes

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