[Mono-list] Per-process memory overhead

Agustin Gimenez geniwab at gmail.com
Sun Aug 31 14:26:26 UTC 2014

Hi Chris.

.net and mono always have some overhead, so I think it's normal.

Instead of creating a dozen of processes, why don't you create just one and
as many buses as you need inside that process?

El 31/08/2014 02:52, "Chris Morgan" <chmorgan at gmail.com> escribió:

> Hello.
> I'm looking to use mono for some dbus bridges with dbus-sharp. I've got a
> pretty simple bridge, a couple of classes and a single dbus interface that
> bridges to a socket in a console application. It looks like each instance
> has ~14MB of memory overhead, from smem output:
> 30038 cmorgan  mono display_interface.exe         0    16792    19650
>  23488
> So, 16.7MB USS, 19.65MB PSS and 23.48MB RSS.
> Using mono 3.4 on Fedora 20.
> I ran the alloc profiler on the application and it looks like there was
> some 700k of memory allocated in the application itself, quite small
> compared to the process memory.
> I'd like to be able to use mono to create a dozen or more of these dbus
> bridges but the embedded arm system I'm using only has 512MB of ram.
> I haven't tested on the arm platform yet, but I'm assuming a similar
> amount of overhead for each process.
> Is this a normal amount of overhead per-process? Thoughts on how I might
> be able to reduce it?
> Chris
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