[Catalyst] Re: Running a Cat app with HTTP::Prefork

Octavian Rasnita orasnita at gmail.com
Sun Jan 15 01:43:28 GMT 2012

From: "Aristotle Pagaltzis" <pagaltzis at gmx.de>

>* Octavian Rasnita <orasnita at gmail.com> [2012-01-14 17:40]:
>> Should it be used diffrently with Catalyst 5.9
> For 5.9 I suggest switching horses completely and using the built-in
> PSGI support together with Starman as a stand-alone preforking dæmon.

I know that it is the recommended way, but actually I wanted to find why Ubuntu Apache is continuously consuming more memory for an older app although CatalystX::LeakChecker doesn't report any leakage, so I started to compare with other servers.

> Works beautifully for me.

And I just tested with Starman and it is great!
It consumes ~ 7 times less memory and it works faster.

> You get to use PSGI middlewares for many of the things you would’ve used
> Cat plugins for before, which are both simpler and more flexible.

I will need to study this part better.


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