[Mono-list] Mono 3.2.0 Asp.NET MVC Memory Leak
nigel.delaney at outlook.com
Wed Jul 31 20:27:15 UTC 2013
I recently found out that mono has a pretty obscure GC memory cap option
that one can set as an environmental variable, e.g.
setenv MONO_GC_PARAMS max-heap-size=8G
Which seems analogous to the java -Xmx parameter. You could try setting
that, if most of the memory is in use simply because a GC hasn't occurred
and mono doesn't know it should use so much memory, that might help. It's
been keeping the memory of my programs down quite a bit.
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[mailto:mono-list-bounces at lists.ximian.com] On Behalf Of James Wright
Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2013 4:14 PM
To: Mono mailing list
Subject: [Mono-list] Mono 3.2.0 Asp.NET MVC Memory Leak
I've recently upgraded our web server from Mono 2.10.8 to Mono 3.2.0
(built from source tarball), but I'm noticing a huge difference in memory
usage. The old version would startup our ASP.NET MVC 2 website using ~100MB
and over approximately two weeks grow to use around 500-600MB. However, the
latest version starts up using ~100MB but has grown to use over 1GB+ in just
two days under exactly the same load. I might try switching to using the
Boehm garbage collector to see if that is any better.
Any advice on how to go about diagnosing where this leak is occurring
would be greatly appreciated!
Our stack is as follows; Amazon Linux x86-64, Apache 2.2, Mono 3.2.0,
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