Linda Messerschmidt wrote:
On Fri, Sep 11, 2009 at 1:48 PM, John Almberg<jalmb...@identry.com>  wrote:
As a sanity check... I've been studying these processes all morning. When I
use 'top', the column RES shows the amount of RAM used for the process,
correct? This is the value I'd like to get down.


How many Apache processes are involved, total?  Because I'm really not
sure how much success you're going to have with this.  You're at 22mb
already (by comparison mine are 44mb *without* mod_php).  How much
improvement are you looking for?  A couple of megs?

Yup... that's about what I got for my troubles. After turning off all the unneeded modules, they are now running about 17mb. Not a huge improvement...

I definitely need more ram and I have it on order. While I'm waiting for it, I figured I'd see what processes I could slim down.

My basic problem is at peak usage times (usually in the afternoon), the server starts using swap space, and then response times really bog down.

This is on a 'spare' server that is temporarily in service while one of our 'big' servers is out for repair. This 'spare' server only has 1G ram and was never really meant for web server service.

It's trying it's best. I'm just trying to lighten the load for it.

-- John
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