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Alex and I are volunteers doing this work for a non-profit, so any
ideas or "yep, that's normal, live with it" would be greatly
appreciated! (If the latter answer, I would still like to better
understand where that memory is being used; I still don't understand
how it could be the object cache, which is often cited as the main
cause of memory creep).


You would need to study all the inefficiencies inherent in the content types you use, or all the nasty stuff that gets pulled in for viewing the site furniture shown for every page etc. Very few product authors out there put memory efficiency onto their priority list.

P.S.: Memory is cheap. Cheap enough even for a non-profit. Go get some, or at least compare the cost of buying meory with the cost of countless hours you already have and may continue to spend on this. I'm not saying it's not a worthwhile task to try and get to the bottom of code inefficiencies, but keep the practical side in mind.

jens



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