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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 23567] - Huge memory usage
Date Tue, 05 Oct 2004 19:43:35 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From tyler@nas.net  2004-10-05 19:43 -------
I'm not sure whether bug 29962 and this bug are actually different or not.  I
had a php script that pulled a huge amount of data into memory (800 megabytes),
but Apache 2.0 didn't release the memory afterwards.  None of the data was sent
to the end user.  It was just loaded into memory.  It looks to me like there's a
major problem with Apache 2.0 releasing memory once it's claimed it.

This was eventually causing our server to thrash itself to death.  As more and
more processes grew to consome all available memory.

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