[Catalyst] Catalyst for (really) big applications

Matt S Trout dbix-class at trout.me.uk
Fri May 19 15:38:49 CEST 2006

Marcello Romani wrote:
> Matt S Trout ha scritto:
>> Perrin Harkins wrote:
>>> Marcello Romani wrote:
>>>> The two apache processes take up almost 200mb of ram just before the 
>>>> first request. This value grows up to more than 250MB after list()ing 
>>>> some tables (with paging).
>>> That sounds really high to me.  I'm used to processes about 1/10th that 
>>> size in most of my mod_perl apps.
>> As noted, I'm betting it's down to ap2 worker threads under windows plus 
>> ithreads' interpreter-cloning approach. I've never seen memory usage this high 
>> on a real OS either.
> Are you implying windows is not a real OS ?

DOS was a glorified bootloader and application launcher

Windows is a glorified *graphical* bootloader and application launcher

(I'm at least half-joking. which half is left as an exercise to the reader :)

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