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From Sebastian <>
Subject Re: Portal+Woody memory problem
Date Wed, 21 Jul 2004 18:51:08 GMT
Hi :)

I think I tricked myself once again myself. The Tomcat had only 64 MBS 
availably. That did not suffice of course:) Therefore I increased the 
storeroom to 800 MB RAM. That resulted in the consequence, that the portal 
functioned very well and proved a storeroom consumption to between 50 and 
200 MB permanently. In the next days I will undertake a test in the case 
of which the storeroom consumption is shown with at least 50 login 
members. After my considerations, the portal should not consume more 
storeroom in spite of the many users.

Many thanks for the answer :)


Am Wed, 21 Jul 2004 12:53:43 +0200 schrieb Bruno Dumon 

> On Tue, 2004-07-20 at 23:47, Sebastian Gnoyke wrote:
>> Hi to all,
>> it showed that there might be a problem with the use of Woody-Coplets
>> (CForms). I built a portal with the aid of the Portal-Engine which
>> consists of 3 navigation tiers. The last navigation tier is a Tab-groin.
>> There are Coplets in which different Forms with Woody are realized in 
>> the
>> Content of the individual Tabs in each case.
>> And now the problem: with the aid of the program JProb I found out that
>> the allocated memory is not disassembled anywhere correctly. Only to
>> control through that the Tabs, memory is allocated more and more and not
>> cleared anymore. I presume, that while working the Tabs the contents of
>> the Coplets are always reloaded and this enormous memory consumption
>> arises through that.
>> Can anyone help me please?
> You didn't mention whether you use flowscript or not. Assuming you do,
> keep in mind that the continuations only expire after a certain time.
> However, this shouldn't be a problem unless you are storing very large
> things in them (or are creating really huge amounts of them). Usually,
> CForm form instances aren't that large, unless maybe when using upload
> widgets.
> Since you have that JProb anyway, isn't it possible to find out what
> takes up the memory, or what objects aren't garbage collected while they
> should be?

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