I use "MacOs", but "App Engine" uses "Linux". Maybe therefore is such
different? "Node.js" version "v8.11.2" is same as on "App Engine".
On Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at 4:52:56 PM UTC+4, mr.e...@gmail.com wrote:
> Locally I've such values:
> rss: 82931712,
> heapTotal: 45592576,
> heapUsed: 39920088,
> external: 43999
> but deployed version has such values:
> rss: 125652992,
> heapTotal: 52449280,
> heapUsed: 35882816,
> external: 60351
> Locally I tested so:
> 1. Build app (same step before deploying).
> 2. Move to directory where built app.
> 3. Run "npm install".
> 4. Run "NODE_ENV=production npm start" ("node --optimize_for_size
> --max_old_space_size=100 --gc_interval=100 index.js"). This command also
> run "Appengine" for starting app.
> Because of this memory overhead I can't use smallest instance class with
> limit to 128Mb RAM. I often see in the logs:
> Exceeded soft private memory limit of 128 MB with 129 MB after servicing 4
> requests total. Consider setting a larger instance class in app.yaml.
> After handling this request, the process that handled this request was
> found to be using too much memory and was terminated. This is likely to
> cause a new process to be used for the next request to your application. If
> you see this message frequently, you may have a memory leak in your
> Why deployed version has such RAM overhead?
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