Robin Rainton <robin <at> rainton.com>
2002-05-01 19:30:24 GMT
Earlier this week I posted a message about this 'Killed' problem I occasionally see
in various parts of SM. I have discovered that my ISP has the following limits (set
Size of Core Files - 0 MB
CPU Time Used - 30 seconds
Data Size - 3 MB
File Size Created - 1 MB
Memory Locked - 1 MB
Number of Open Files - 32
Number of Simultaneous Processes - 8
Does this sound OK? SM should be able to run within these limits (well - it is doing
for me, only with a bit of trouble once in a while)? Of course, these limits are
per-process, so the PHP compiler, etc, has to fit in I assume.
What I don't get is that I see pages start to refresh (the left frame for example)
then get 'Killed' half way through. So most of the work is done, the program is
compiled, IMAP connection established, so they are trying to tell me that little
fetch a message, write the folder name loop is using loads of RAM? This can't be
right can it?
Any comments? Perhaps when we find what the limits are we can put them in the Wiki FAQ?
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