make varnish don't start a subprocess
des at des.no
Fri Mar 27 15:44:26 CET 2009
Harald Friessnegger <harald at webmeisterei.com> writes:
> if that address space needs roughly the same amout of RAM as the storage
> file's size - and the cache is not persisted (lost when varnishd is
> restarted) - why do we need a storage file at all?
Because that's how virtual memory works.
> probably the RES column in top is enough to get an idea how much RAM
> is consumed by a process.
Is it? AFAIK, if two processes map the same file, it will be counted
twice. This is the case for shared libraries, for instance, and
multiple instances of the same program.
Dag-Erling Smørgrav - des at des.no
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