Re: vsize of my nodejs server is more than 600mb. Is it normal?
Can you give any reference about low level interpretation of virtual
On 7 янв, 15:50, Mikhail Korobov <kmik...@...> wrote:
> Why do you care about vsize? Virtual memory is free and a lot of
> programs allocates gigabytes of VIRT memory.
> The only issue with VIRT is OpenVZ containers where VIRT is limited
> instead of RSS. This leads to huge memory consumption on OpenVZ
> containers for many software projects that are working fine on XEN or
> real servers (apache2, mysql innodb and java machine are among them).
> I'd suggest avoid OpenVZ and don't worry about vsize of programs.
> On 7 янв, 17:12, "ec.developer" <ec.develo...@...> wrote:
> > Nobody?
> > On Jan 5, 4:25 pm, "ec.developer" <ec.develo...@...> wrote:
> > > Hello, all!
> > > I have an application. When I start it on my local computer, the
> > > amount of rss is abou 10 mb, and vsize: ~45mb . I've deployed it to a
> > > remote server (64bit), and started it. When I looked at the
> > > process.memoryUsage() results, I've seen that the rss is about 13-14
> > > mb, and the vsize: ~615mb!
> > > And those results I got when no users was connected to my server (just
> > > a single one).