[rabbitmq-discuss] erlang-client issue, discarding content?

Suhail Doshi digitalwarfare at gmail.com
Fri Jul 31 20:33:50 BST 2009

The memory leak is in the consumers, thanks Matthias.

On Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 4:37 PM, Matthias Radestock <matthias at lshift.net>wrote:

> Suhail,
> Suhail Doshi wrote:
>> Yeah definitely has to be, the moment I kill it the memory drops back down
>> and it is gradually growing, you can even see it gradually growing in the
>> images.
> Do you definitely see the rabbit process consuming the memory? How big does
> it get? And what about CPU usage?
> The reason I am asking is that killing the server also affects the clients,
> i.e. it is possible that a *client* is consuming all the memory, and
> releases it as soon as the server connection is severed.
> So please check the *per-process* memory and CPU stats.
> Now, if it really is the server that is eating the memory, please run all
> the various list_* commands in rabbitmqctl to see whether any of them are
> showing growth.
> Finally, try publishing messages without marking them as persistent, and
> see whether that changes the behaviour.
> Regards,
> Matthias.

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