On Tue, 2009-10-13 at 10:24 +0200, KYLEE_at_bksv.com wrote:
> Hi Uli,
> Thanks for the reply. That's what i thought so. It's definitely high memory comsumption there.
> I do not serve anything else for Apache. It's a dedicated subversion server via http and nothing else.
The only time I have found excessive memory consumption with apache was
when I tried to use ldap authentication on apache 2.0. The memory usage
would creep up over a period of time, and eventually I had to restart
apache (every few days, or so, I think). I gave up on ldap and the
problem went away.
I have since used ldap authentication with apache 2.2, and there are no
> I have svnadmin running daily for backup. But when the backup service is not running, it's stuck in the process somehow.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ulrich Eckhardt [mailto:eckhardt_at_satorlaser.com]
> Sent: Monday, October 12, 2009 6:03 PM
> To: users_at_subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: Re: Apache memory leak?
> On Monday 12 October 2009, KYLEE_at_bksv.com wrote:
> > I have lots of memory issues on my server after the latest update to my
> > subversion server. I used to run a v1.5.5 server without much problems
> > on my environment and rebooting the server from time to time is a must.
> > It usually happens once every week.
> Huh? That sounds really bad.
I agree - apache should normally not need to be rebooted for months at a
time (if ever)
> > Now that i have updated the subversion server to the latest build
> > provided by CollabNet due to a valuable fix to this version.
> > Ever since, i have to reboot the server once every 2 days due to
> > non-responding clients and high memory consumption.
> That sounds even worse!
> Apropos: Do you have to reboot the machine or does it suffice to restart
> Apache? The difference is important in order to make out the culprit.
> > - httpd takes ~900MB of RAM and ~900MB of virtual memroy.
Sounds like my ldap problem with 2.0, see above...
> That sounds like a lot, but I don't know what else you are serving with Apache
> > I do not know what's the reason or the cause of it. Sometimes svnadmin
> > seems to be running heavily on the server taking up to 50% of the CPU
> > time.
> Why is svnadmin running? Who started it and why? That should be a tool for
> administration and maintenance, not something that regularly runs. The only
> thing it is good for regularly is to create a dumpfile from a hotcopy for
> backup purposes.
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Received on 2009-10-14 02:51:59 CEST