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[SVN] Hello .. what about apache memory leak?

From: vcf <vcf_at_free.fr>
Date: 2007-01-10 09:10:52 CET

(I re-send my message because I do not known if I must send to dev or
users@subversion.tigris.org .. )


This my first post in this mailist, so sorry if the question was already
asked. I have not found or miss solutions in Issue tracker on
Subversion's website.

For instance, we try for the second time Subversion ( first was 2 years
ago ). Actually with 2.4.2 on Win2003 Server & Apache 2.0.59+SSL and PHP fresh installation.

All things run great but I have noticed for each binaries files commited
that Apache memory usage is really increased.
For example for commit a bin file around 500Kb, Apache use more 16 Mb.
For a file 1Mb, Apache use 25Mb more (!!)
In fact, at the end of the week all services crashed, nothing run
normally on the server and we must restart it.

I do not known if the increased memory used by Apache depend the file
size or diff/bin size, if it is well know bug or memory leak from
Subversion, Apache or SSL ( we use https:// repos access ), or PHP ( we
use php post-commit.bat mailer by Nathaniel Brown )

If Anybody knowns this problem, thank you to share you experience about

Anyway Subversion is really amazing.

(Sorry for my english)

Nice day, regards,


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Received on Wed Jan 10 17:04:47 2007

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