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From "Mihai Gheorghiu" <>
Subject Re: Server memory usage
Date Mon, 02 Sep 2002 15:28:23 GMT
I checked with ps -Al and I understand what you wrote.
I used Gnome System Monitor - Memory usage (resident).
Is it making the same mistake?

-----Original Message-----
From: Tim Funk <>
To: Tomcat Users List <>
Date: Monday, September 02, 2002 11:07 AM
Subject: Re: Server memory usage

>In linux - threaded processes show up multiple times in top (or ps).
>Once entry for each thread. Summing the entries in top will yield an
>incorrect memory usage. Just take one of the entries to get the amount
>of memory used by java. (Unless you have multiple real java processes
>running, in which case, use the parent process id to figure things out)
>Mihai Gheorghiu wrote:
>> TC4.0.4, jdk1.4.0_01, RH7.3 on P3-633MHz, 256MB RAM
>> When I start TC, I find 28 Java processes for a total of 829MB used.
>> Is there a way to make it use less memory, so that it runs only out of
>> Thank you all.
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