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Memory problems with ruby bindings (dir_delta)

From: Dimitrij Denissenko <contact_at_dvisionfactory.com>
Date: 2007-01-11 10:15:55 CET

In my (FastCGI) application I am tracking changes in the repository and
store them in a database. To achieve that I have the following two lines:

editor = Svn::Delta::ChangedEditor.new(root, base_root)
base_root.dir_delta('', '', root, '', editor)

Every new revision is parsed and stored that way, but I noticed memory
problems using this solution. I traced the memory allocation and found
out that every 'dir_delta' call increases the amount of memory my app
consumes, which means that new revisions are not only stored in the DB
but also somewhere in memory ;-). So I have a very simple question. Is
it somehow possible to "release" memory allocated by 'dir_delta'? Any clue?


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Received on Fri Jan 12 05:28:24 2007

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