Re: beagled eating lots of VM again

On Tue, 2007-01-23 at 08:59 -0500, D Bera wrote:

> I am sure you mentioned this somewhere before, but what backends are
> you running ? If you have everything on by default, what backends are
> actually active: beagle-info --index-info (when beagled is running)
> will print non-zero count for the active backends.

Index information:
Name: EvolutionMail
Count: 152295
Crawling: True (82%)

Name: EvolutionDataServer
Count: 262
Crawling: False

Name: Files
Count: 74986
Crawling: True

Name: GaimLog
Count: 7316
Crawling: False

Name: IndexingService
Count: 3574
Crawling: False

Name: Tomboy
Count: 11
Crawling: False

Name: applications
Count: 248
Crawling: False

Name: documentation
Count: 4240
Crawling: False

> If you are using Thunderbird backend,

Seems not.

> If you start with BEAGLE_EXERCISE_THE_DOG=1, and leave it on till the
> indexing/crawling is over - do you get a high memory usage after that
> ?

Is this based on an assumption that I had the Thunderbird backend
enabled and I disabled it?  Or is this still useful considering I don't
have the Thunderbird backend running and yet I still have a 585M

> I think there should be a way to disable the auto-snapshotting

That would be nice.  Those snapshots gobble lots of disk space and
probably 95% of them are useless anyway.

> and
> only snapshot on demand. BTW, if you turn on heap-shot and it crashes,
> if it crashes after about 100 MB RSS,

I don't think it gets as high as 100MB RSS.  Maybe 40MB with about 100MB
total VM.

> Which mono version are you using ?

> If I patch the source to disable
> auto-snapshotting, I am thinking of sending you just the binary dll
> file.

Sounds like that would be a useful general option for mono.


My other computer is your Microsoft Windows server.

Brian J. Murrell

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