Jonathan Vanasco wrote:
> I'm running a webapp on some FreeBSD6 boxes , and dev on a few OSX
> machines.
>
> The httpd.conf files themselves may be slightly different , but they all
> use prefork and the same 'include' file which
> runs a startup.PL which does "use xxx()" , precompiles templates,
> and connects to the DB for some data
> vhosts the webapp on 127.0.0.1:8021
>
> On my osx boxes, i'm seeing a parent process with 30mb of
> shared/resident memory, and child processes of 30mb shared memory that
> spike from 300k to 20mb after a few hits
>
> On my freebsd boxes though, I'm seeing a parent process of 51mb of
> shared/resident memory, and child processes with 51mb of shared + 51 mb
> of resident memory each. it appears that nothing is being shared.
>
> does anyone have a clue on what to look for to ameliorate this?

What are you using to measure this on each ?


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