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From "Joe Niederberger" <jniederber...@comcast.net>
Subject Re: modperl / apache13 memory footprints on 32 adn 64 bit servers
Date Tue, 22 Dec 2009 02:22:16 GMT
Well, some poking aronud by the sysadmins and they found teh perl
was compiled with

> MYMALLOC PERL_MALLOC_WRAP USE_64_BIT_ALL USE_64_BIT_INT USE_FAST_STDIO
> USE_LARGE_FILES USE_PERLIO

So it was using 64 bit variables for INT and maybe some other uneeded
things.
So that might be a big part of it.

Joe N.




> On 12/20/2009 09:40 AM, Joe Niederberger wrote:
>
> > 32bit:  SIZE=45M   RES=32M
> > 64bit:  SIZE=95M   RES=45M
> >
> > Do these look reasonable? Should I worry?
>
> Good question. While I haven't made the jump to 64bit for my web
> machines there are lots of memory related things that double in size
> when you do so. I wouldn't expect it to be a full 2X jump, so something
> else might be amiss. Besides the 32v64bit change is all the other
> software the same?
>
> -- 
> Michael Peters
> Plus Three, LP


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