[Seaside] Goods connection limit
William E Harford
seaside at harford.org
Mon Sep 12 19:32:05 CEST 2005
I discovered my problem.
The default installation of Fedora Core 3 limits the size of an
applications stack to 10240 kbytes. Thats not huge but it should be
enough for just about anything.
I have not looked at the goods code and I don't have much experience
with C++ but to be allocating that much memory from the stack and not
from the heap seams a bit odd for a database.
Though you all might want to know in case you run into the same
On Thu, 2005-09-08 at 11:17 -0400, David Shaffer wrote:
> William E Harford wrote:
> >KKDatabase allSubInstances size
> >reports 261
> >Clearing caches and running squeaks garbage collection gets me down to
> >about 5 or 6. After I run the wget loop it will stop at 261 time and
> >time again.
> Have you tried the C++ examples to see if GOODS is really the problem?
> The "guess.cxx" example could easily be modified to just open the DB
> connection and sit there. If you do that, how many connections does
> GOODS permit. Also, have you looked at the output of netstat to see
> what it says about socket usage? Finally, if you send me your goodsrv
> executable I'll run it on one of my db's and see if I have similar problems.
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