On 4/28/09 6:45 PM, "Adam Vandemore" <amvandem...@gmail.com> wrote:

>> OK, here we go:
>> With Apache running on the development machine, modules commented as
>> in my first post --
>> CPU:  0.8% user,  0.0% nice,  0.4% system,  0.8% interrupt, 98.1% idle
>> Mem: 27M Active, 139M Inact, 64M Wired, 11M Cache, 34M Buf, 648K Free
>> Swap: 512M Total, 60K Used, 512M Free
>> 
>> Apache running on the same machine without any modules commented
>> except mod_ssl --
>> CPU:  0.8% user,  0.0% nice,  0.8% system,  0.4% interrupt, 98.1% idle
>> Mem: 27M Active, 134M Inact, 64M Wired, 13M Cache, 34M Buf, 3584K Free
>> Swap: 512M Total, 60K Used, 512M Free
>> 
>> I just ran 'top' after starting httpd to get these figures, maybe I
>> should have done something different?
>> 'bout the only thing that makes sense to me is I have more Free Memory
>> when commenting all those modules.
>> What is the list's opinion on this?
>> 
> You should probably use pmap for a more accurate comparison.  you may
> also want to set CFLAGS= -Os for size considerations(CPUTYPE as well),
> and remove unnecessary modules from kernel if you haven't done so already.

agreed. top lines of top  are too imprecise to really tell. but so far as
the data goes, this is consistent with my findings, i.e. disabling mods in
the apache runtime config file doesn't save enough to justify the effort.


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