[geos-devel] CPU buildup with repeated operations

thep t.burt at virgin.net
Sun Mar 8 06:35:26 EDT 2009

After a bit more investigation, am pretty sure you're right about it being
page faults, and I'm tracking it down at them moment... thanks for your
replies, and all your work on geos...

Mateusz Loskot wrote:
> thep wrote:
>> Hi, thanks for your response & ruling out denormalization. My program
>> does
>> have a tiny memory leak, but it isn't necessarily within this code, and
>> the
>> relative memory usage hardly increases after the CPU usage starts
>> increasing, so I don't think there's much swapping going on...
> OK
>> If it's not a memory issue, is there any possibility of non-destroyed
>> created objects taking up cpu time, even if I'm not doing any operations
>> on
>> them?
> I'd try to identify thread running in your app process.
> GEOS does not run any threads behind the scene so if you don't execute
> GEOS nothing is being executed implicitly.
> Best regards,
> -- 
> Mateusz Loskot, http://mateusz.loskot.net
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