Your debug information looks like severel objects referenced by
acquisition remain in memory.
You can be sure this is the case if you in the management interface to
Control Panel/Database Management/main/Flush Cache
and remove all objects from cache. If the reference count doesn´t change
then some objects are leaking.

The reference count is the number in the table, or in other words you
have 18136 Acquisition.ImplicitAcquirerWrapper objects in memory. This
value should normally be much less after flushing the cache.

BTW, the effect I described is no real problem. After some time the
memory usage gets stable.

Greetings, Arndt.

>The debug information looks rather strange to me, but I don't know
>anything about internals of Zope.  Anyway I have here reference counts
>going up fast.  Don't know whether this is normal or not.
>Class  March 22, 2004 5:26 pm  March 22, 2004 5:38 pm  Delta
>Acquisition.ImplicitAcquirerWrapper    850     18136   +17286
>ZPublisher.HTTPRequest.HTTPRequest     145     3026    +2881
>ZServer.HTTPResponse.ZServerHTTPResponse       139     3019    +2880
>ZPublisher.BaseRequest.RequestContainer        135     3015    +2880
>DateTime.DateTime.DateTime     51      52      +1
>I'll let you know, should I find some solution (apart from restarting :-)).

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