[rabbitmq-discuss] beam.smp memory consumption keeps growing
djacobfeuerborn at gmail.com
Thu Jan 19 20:33:13 GMT 2012
we have a two-system cluster set up and the processing of messages works
fine except that beam.smp keeps growing until it hits the high watermark
and then stops working.
When I list the queues they all show mostly 0 messages and the message rate
is about 90msgs/sec so not really that high and there are no messages
piling up in the queues.
So why is the memory consumption hitting 800mb even though the queues are
empty? Any idea what this could be or how I can find out what that memory
is used for?
The memory growth isn't strictly linear and sometimes goes down a few MB
but over the day it grows consistently. I checked the number of channels,
connections, etc. and they are pretty much constant.
This is on an up-to-date centos 6.2 with RabbitMQ 1.7.1 and Erlang R14B04.
Right now we will probably have to resort to restarting the rabbitmq
service every two or three hours on both systems just to keep things
working but this is obviously just a workaround and no solution.
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