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Memory problem

From: Somchai LIMSIRORATANA <lsomchai@e7sun-1.kais.kyoto-u.ac.jp>
Date: Thu, 2 Jul 1998 03:41:53 -0400 (EDT)
Message-Id: <199807020727.QAA16017@e7sun-1.kais.kyoto-u.ac.jp>
To: www-jigsaw@w3.org
Dear sir,
	I install Jigsaw 2.0beta1 in a Sun sparc with Solaris 2.4 and JDK 1.1.6. Wh
en it run and I check a process, I found, it use about 15% of system memory.
 And when I browse a home page, it increase about 0.3%. But if that homepage
 have a SSI, it increase about 1%.
	When I manage with JigAdmin(run on WinNT), I found, the memory increase nea
rly 17% and sometime over than that. Then, my system report many error messa
ge:
[MEMORY] sweeper done  -> 16 stores still loaded.
[MEMORY] start sweeper <- 18 stores loaded.
[MEMORY] sweeper done  -> 16 stores still loaded.
[MEMORY] start sweeper <- 17 stores loaded.
[MEMORY] sweeper done  -> 16 stores still loaded.
[MEMORY] start sweeper <- 18 stores loaded.
[MEMORY] sweeper done  -> 16 stores still loaded.
[MEMORY] start sweeper <- 17 stores loaded.
[MEMORY] sweeper done  -> 16 stores still loaded.    
...
	I thnik, it eat a memory so much. So, I restart the Jigsaw(by JigAdmin). An
d, the memory usage decrease from 28% to 22.3%. Then, I click the http-serve
r tree again but the indexer return error message :
	RemoteAccessException : Unable to contacttarget server ....after 3 tries.
	
	And in the properties resource, it was double. And the website is not stabl
e.
	Is this a problem of my system?(a low memory machine, 32M)
	Or, a problem of Jigsaw?

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