RT Memory Leaks Problem

Hello All

I have 8gigs RAM on my machine with RT 3.6.3 installed and we have intel
processor. I have RHEL3 installed with kernel version 2.6.9-5. And my
problem is that as each day passes our memory in RAM gets exhausted and
by the end of 3rd day it starts using swap memory and we have to restart
my apache so that i can stable my memory usage. I m pretty sure its
memory leak problem . But i m not able to find out by what reason this
memory leaks are occuring and its not letting it to remain stable

Can any can suggest me help in this. Any help is appreciated

Thanks & Regards
Varun Vyas
Software Engineer - Automation

Hello All

I have 8gigs RAM on my machine with RT 3.6.3 installed and we have intel
processor. I have RHEL3 installed with kernel version 2.6.9-5. And my
problem is that as each day passes our memory in RAM gets exhausted and
by the end of 3rd day it starts using swap memory and we have to restart
my apache so that i can stable my memory usage. I m pretty sure its
memory leak problem . But i m not able to find out by what reason this
memory leaks are occuring and its not letting it to remain stable

Can any can suggest me help in this. Any help is appreciated


Thanks & Regards
Varun Vyas
Software Engineer - Automation

In the interim, you could schedule a “graceful” restart of apache
every day with cron:

Restart apache daily to clear process bloat.

5 5 * * * APACHE_PIDFILE=/var/run/httpd.pid APACHE_CONFIG=/etc/httpd.conf /usr/sbin/apachectl graceful >/dev/null 2>&1

This should keep everything in check. I hope that this helps.

Regards,
Ken

Kenneth Marshall wrote:

In the interim, you could schedule a “graceful” restart of apache
every day with cron:

Restart apache daily to clear process bloat.

5 5 * * * APACHE_PIDFILE=/var/run/httpd.pid APACHE_CONFIG=/etc/httpd.conf /usr/sbin/apachectl graceful >/dev/null 2>&1

This should keep everything in check. I hope that this helps.

I have the same problem with rt 3.4.4 and have to restart apache periodically.
Graceful restart doesn’t help me, it’s needed to make full restart:

apachectl restart

Agnislav Onufrijchuk
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Well i m in india and i m in no way can meet you guys in U.S. but i want help
from your side on this issue. Its driving me crazy now and i have got no
help or assistance till now regarding this issue.

Agnislav Onufrijchuk wrote:

Kenneth Marshall wrote:

In the interim, you could schedule a “graceful” restart of apache
every day with cron:

Restart apache daily to clear process bloat.

5 5 * * * APACHE_PIDFILE=/var/run/httpd.pid APACHE_CONFIG=/etc/httpd.conf
/usr/sbin/apachectl graceful >/dev/null 2>&1

This should keep everything in check. I hope that this helps.

I have the same problem with rt 3.4.4 and have to restart apache
periodically.
Graceful restart doesn’t help me, it’s needed to make full restart:

apachectl restart


Agnislav Onufrijchuk
PortaOne, Inc., RT Developer
Tel: +1-866-SIP VOIP (+1 866 747 8647) ext. 7670

Meet us at ITEXPO West 2009
September 2-3, Booth 427
Los Angeles Convention Center


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Hello All

I have 8gigs RAM on my machine with RT 3.6.3 installed and we have intel
processor. I have RHEL3 installed with kernel version 2.6.9-5. And my
problem is that as each day passes our memory in RAM gets exhausted and
by the end of 3rd day it starts using swap memory and we have to restart
my apache so that i can stable my memory usage. I m pretty sure its
memory leak problem . But i m not able to find out by what reason this
memory leaks are occuring and its not letting it to remain stable

Can any can suggest me help in this. Any help is appreciated

hint: 3.6.8, 3.8.4


Thanks & Regards
Varun Vyas
Software Engineer - Automation


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