[erlang-questions] OpenSSL 1.0.X : SSL_MODE_RELEASE_BUFFERS

Morgan Segalis msegalis@REDACTED
Sun May 27 19:49:52 CEST 2012

Hi Antoine,

I guess I have been mislead by ejabberd which can activate the option when available, but after investigating, it seems that they have done connection handling through a C-node using openssl.

Then from where can come this "huge" memory footprint, is there a way in Erlang to check from where memory request are coming ?
Because when I check with "process_info(spawn(Fun), memory)."

Here's what I get :

before gc: {memory,13376}          
after gc: {memory,2108} 

for each client…
2108 is that word size, or bits ? How can I get word size ? My system is 64bits, so word size is also ?



Le 27 mai 2012 à 16:39, Antoine Koener a écrit :

> Hi, Afaik
> OpenSSL is only used in ssl for the crypto module. So buffers may not
> be relates with your issue...
> --
> Was on the go
> On 27 mai 2012, at 14:20, Morgan Segalis <msegalis@REDACTED> wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> Since a month or so, I'm looking for ways to reduce SSL memory footprint, in vain…
>> - I have read something about SSL_MODE_RELEASE_BUFFERS which can help you save some memory for idles connections (around 45Ko).
>> Since most of client connected are idle for a long time, I was thinking that would be a way to go.
>> I'm wondering if Erlang R15B can work with openssl's version 1.0.X, and if so, how to active this option ?
>> Thanks,
>> Morgan.
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