Re: Debugging Out of Memory Errors
- Ken Simpson wrote:
>>>Is there an equivalent in mod_perl 2?You could probably also try to set $^M. Or you can use Apache::Resource
>>I guess it wasn't on the todo list, so we have missed it while porting mp1
>>core modules to mp2 It looks like it's trivial to port it to mp2. Feel
>>free to port that and post a patch to include it in the mp2 core, or
>>someone will do that later.
> I won't have time to do that work right now, but I'll consider it for
> a rainy day.
> Another question then: Is there a default pool size thatmemory pools are not used in the perl interpreter (unless you use win32).
> is used to allocate the Perl interpreter in a mod_perl process?
But see the docs for $^M in perlvar.pod.
Recently I've learned a nice trick to handle this problem though. If you
don't use (Apache|BSD)::Resource you can ulimit(1) max memory in your
shell. It works perfectly.
> If so, can that size be increased? From tracing, it seems the out ofYou should be able to reproduce this outside of modperl, in which case
> memory is happening while allocating a ~3MB string within my
> module. That doesn't seem very large, but I thought perhaps there's a
> default that I'm trampling on.
it'll qualify as a p5p question, where you will get a definitive answer
from the perl core gurus :)
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