I have a website up and running on TextDrive with Rails/lighttpd/fcgi.
Unfortunately, as my account is a “shared server” account on TxD, they
processes that are hogging resources (quite understandably).
Unfortunately for me, my Ruby fcgi processes load up rather … large
under 50mb). It doesn’t take much to push it to 50mb, at which point it
Does anyone have any suggestions for reducing the footprint of my app?
know that there is a profiler script available for benchmarking and
but it seems that it focuses more on speed performance than memory
me if I am mistaken, but all the stats I see are for response time). My
seems rather responsive anyway (both as a qualitative observation from
using it, as well as browing through the logs).
Running script/console (in development mode) the process loads up around
27mb. The live server runs in production mode, but loads up to almost
50mb. But I have no clue as to go about tracking down the memory hog of
app. The memory usage increase quite rapidly when I start “creating”
content, but even aside from that it eventually grows over 50mb.
Any suggestions? Thanks!