Try /Control_Panel/manage_debug ... it will tell you exactly which
kinds of objects are eating memory. Take a "snapshot" then refresh the
page after a couple of minutes, and the table should list at the top
the name of the class that's taking up more than its fair share.
Jason Spisak wrote:
> I am spoiled. I have a large server and until now I have never really
> monitored memory usage. But I noticed things slowing down a great deal
> and was curious. Swapping.
> RH 6.1
> Dual Xenon
> 1 gig memory
> Zope install:
> Zope 2.1 Binary
> ZODB pure.
> No DA's
> Home grown ZClasses.
> 'ps' tells me Zope is the culprit. It's using 64% when things get
> swappy. There are no prosesses running on this machine BTW. It's just
> a Zope server.
> My Data.fs file is ~300 packed and gets to be about 1GB at the end of
> every day. (A lot of transactions :)
> Zope is eating memory at the rate of 10MB every 2 minutes. Is that
> I never noticed a slowdown until I switched to 2.1, really.
> I've considered writing a small python progam to compare the output of
> 'free' to the Zope log, but I'd love to see if there is another way to
> nail what's eating mem. If someone can tell me the best way to narrow
> it down from experience, I'll do it this afternoon.
> Jason Spisak
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