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Re^4: Thread::Apartment, how do I use main:: subs?

by wilsond (Scribe)
on May 26, 2009 at 20:09 UTC ( #766286=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: Thread::Apartment, how do I use main:: subs?
in thread Thread::Apartment, how do I use main:: subs?

It wasn't a memory leak. I told it to make a pool of 30 threads at startup. 30 * too much memory = way too much memory. I have it down to 90MB right now, but that is still very, very high. Lots of tweaking to go.


I'm a Linux user. You wouldn't know it since I mostly ask Windows questions. Whee.
If you want to do evil, science provides the most powerful weapons to do evil; but equally, if you want to do good, science puts into your hands the most powerful tools to do so.
- Richard Dawkins


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