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Re: Static memory allocation in Python

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On Jun 17, 2008, at 2:34 PM, Eduardo Henrique Tessarioli wrote:
Hi,

I am running a very simple python application and I noted that the
memory allocation is something like 4,5M.
This is a problem in my case, because I have to run 2 thousand
process at the same time.
The memory I need is 100k or less. Is there any way to set this for
the python process?
The runtime itself isn't as light as, say, the C stdlib.

Now, there are a lot of shared libraries here, so you should measure
not just a single instance, but how much it actually grows in overall
system memory usage as you run more simultaneous python interpreters.
Regards,
Eduardo
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Jun 27 '08 #1
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