Forum OpenACS Q&A: RH Enterprise Linux, Memory Caching
There is a big problem,, Cache management system gives server sessions without limits until it came out of memory completely.
The server cannot allocate memory for new sessions and crashes with:
unable to realloc XXXXX bytes
I am running Oracle 9i on the same redhat advanced server (on another box) and did not face this problem...
Oracle handles caching process in a correct way, but AOL does not.
I searched the net and all resources said that this message appears when the server runs out of memory.. I know!
The question is, why the caching forever? Where is the recycling concept?
You may want to ask this at the AOLserver mailing list if you feel it's an AOLserver issue.