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Re: Apache memory profile on Windows 2000 Server

From: Olaf Dietsche <olaf+list.subversion-users_at_olafdietsche.de>
Date: 2004-08-06 11:48:06 CEST

"Ray Johnson" <Rayj@ingenio.com> writes:

> What should one *expect* Apache memory useage to be if it is only used
> for Subversion? Our Apache process it using about 140M of memory -
> which certainly seems high...
> We are still running 1.0.5 & use the NT auth stuff in Apache/svn.

There's a difference between VSZ (140 MB) and RSS (15 MB) on Unix
systems. The VSZ is caused by a mmapped temporary file, IIRC.

Maybe there's a similar difference on Windows?

Regards, Olaf.

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