You're right, min and maxthread are not the same,
I will change that, restart server and let you know.

Thanks for the tip.

Regards.

Jean-Fabrice RABAUTE
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Objet : Re: [AOLSERVER] Tcl shared channels


On 2003.07.01, Jean-Fabrice RABAUTE <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> For my little experience, I set up few months ago an AOLServer instance to
> serve on images, (that is NO TCL at all !, not even filter), and the
process
> started with 10 Mb of memory and is now 22 Mb of memory. 22Mb is the
number
> I have since 1 week, so I suppose the process will not grow anymore, but
> perhaps it should not grow at all.... I don't know.

Do you have minthreads = maxthreads?  Otherwise, as threads start up,
the footprint will grow until you hit maxthreads.

-- Dossy

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