[Snort-users] Using Acid, MySQL and Persistant connections.

roman at ...438... roman at ...438...
Thu Sep 27 07:43:09 EDT 2001

This behavior is quite troublesome and I have also seen it happen
an seemingly random occasions.  Some thoughts on this:

- Under what versions of PHP is this happening?  I can confirm it
on 4.0.6.

- Is it really all ACID pages which cause this problem?

- Does using memory_limit in PHP help (note: in PHP 4.0.6 there
is a bug in this functionality)


> I am using Acid (CVS version), OBSD 2.8, Apache 1.3.12, MySQL 3.23.36.  If I
> select persistant database connections (Yes, I know it give me no increased
> performance with MySQL, but I was just playing) httpd starts eating memory.
> After one page load of acid_main it is up to 30 MB and up to 250MB after 5
> or 6 loads.  It eventually grinds to a halt until it is restarted.  Lather,
> rinse, repeat.  Nothing of this sort happens with standard connections.  
> I have told Roman about the problem, so it is being looked at, but I was
> just wondering if anyone else can confirm/replicate it, cause if it is just
> me, then I probably have a different problem I need to fix.
> -Steve
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