bcornett at servlet.com
Mon Jan 20 10:36:27 PST 2003
manilaWebsites was 14 MByte
Config was 34.5 MByte
when I wrote the note asking the question.
After going through a open/save-as/ routine, manilaWebsites is now 10.5
MBytes and Config remained the same - 34.5 MBytes.
I would guess that manilaWebsites would grow into the several hundreds of
MBytes if a person were successful in marketing manila sites.
Are there any guidelines to how these files should be constrained?
At 06:24 PM 1/19/2003, you wrote:
>How large are the manilaWebsites.root and config.root guest databases?
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: frontier-users-admin at userland.com
> > [mailto:frontier-users-admin at userland.com] On Behalf Of Bruce Cornett
> > Sent: January 18, 2003 11:21 AM
> > To: Frontier-Users at userland.com
> > Subject: CPU usage
> > Manila folks.
> > I have noticed several times recently that my manila server
> > was responding
> > very slowing to requests - actually it responded very slowly
> > to the first
> > request and then slightly better from there (by slowly, it
> > was several
> > seconds - maybe 5 - before the page appeared on one of our internal
> > workstations). I happened to be in front of it today and
> > ran the task
> > manager and found I was maxing out the CPU. So I stopped it
> > and restarted
> > and watched while I had a search engine spidering the site.
> > It wasn't as
> > bad - after restarting, but it still used plenty of CPU cycles. The
> > memory footprint remained the same - but CPUs were flatlined
> > at the top and
> > all that memory lay there wasting away.
> > This machine is still sitting in my work area and not on the
> > production
> > racks so I stop/start Manila from time to time. It has been
> > running for
> > several days now - but certainly not a week. Things like
> > this make me
> > afraid to move it to the racks.
> > Any ideas on what might cause it to bog down like that and
> > then stay bogged
> > down.
> > Running on W2K server - this is a PIII 550 or thereabouts. Version 9.
> > I noticed this earlier in the week also - at that time, it
> > seemed like it
> > was having a hard time displaying the bits and pieces of the themes.
> > I only have a few sites running on this - three are virtual
> > domains and the
> > there are a couple sub domains. Only one site is very active
> > - and it
> > would not be considered busy at all by our usual standards.
> > Your comments will be appreciated.
> > Bruce C
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