Re: [Epiphany] Memory footprint
- From: Marco Pesenti Gritti <mpeseng tin it>
- To: Igor Lev <hyperf earthlink net>
- Cc: epiphany mozdev org
- Subject: Re: [Epiphany] Memory footprint
- Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2003 13:28:16 -0000
On Mon, 2003-07-21 at 15:24, Igor Lev wrote:
> On Mon, 2003-07-21 at 04:36, Marco Pesenti Gritti wrote:
> > On Mon, 2003-07-21 at 03:43, Igor Lev wrote:
> > > I was just wondering what people's experiences with epiphany's memory
> > > footprint have been. For it seems to run up into 90+ MB with around 6-7
> > > windows open. I've tried it both with java loaded and without and its
> > > noticeably slowing down with both. My version is 0.8.0 compiled from
> > > gentoo portage. Is this normal or is it just my experience.
> > My epiphany with 9 window opened takes 31 MB of memory. Are you talking
> > of just opened windows or after using it for a long time ?
> This was after using it for a while. Could this number be a result of me
> having my cache set to 50MB [the default I believe]. When I just start
> epiphany I get around 45MB for the same amount of windows so I'm
> assuming the rest comes from caching content in memory. It also jumps up
> significantly when I'm using plugins with large memory footprints such
> as acroread, but that, I would think, is pretty much expected. I do,
> however, have a question for anyone who's had any luck in getting the
> bonobo stuff embedded in epiphany with regard to the memory footprint
> those plugins have.
I've seen a bug about xft mozilla and memory leaks. And you are not the
first one complaining. Could be that.
I dont think there are major leaks in epiphany atm ... at least nothing
that could cause so much memory to be used.
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