[ic] RPC mode not so reliable?

Jon Jensen jon at endpoint.com
Mon Oct 29 23:12:14 EST 2007

On Sun, 28 Oct 2007, Grant wrote:

> Is anyone running the improved PreFork mode without MaxRequestsPerChild 
> or ChildLife?  So far so good for me.

The main downside of running without MaxRequestsPerChild or ChildLife is 
that the Interchange child processes will leak memory over time (due to 
the way Perl works), faster or slower depending on your code, and 
eventually will burn up all your memory.

However, the built-in default for MaxRequestsPerChild is a very reasonable 
50, so presumably that's what you're actually getting if you didn't 
specify anything yourself.


Jon Jensen
End Point Corporation

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