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Friday
Dec192008

How to measure memory required for a user session

hi,

What are the practices followed, tools used to measure session memory requirement per user?

Thanks,
Unmesh

Reader Comments (3)

Unmesh,

Do you mean memory to manage sessions or how much memory is used in a session?

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered Commenteratif.ghaffar

Unmesh, i doubt that you mean how much memory is uses by a session server.
So I am going to concentrate on the next version.

Lets see for example.
A person loads a page xyz.com
Logs in to xyz.com/user
makes a post top xyz.com/posts/blah/x
makes a comment to xyz.com/posts/abc/1
does not like the answer from someone else to his post at xyz.com/posts/abc/1 and blogs about it to
xyz.com/blogs/userid/

if this is what you mean than its a bit difficult to measure then to measure how much memory is used in creating a session.

Let us know which one do you think it is so we may be able to comment on it.

best regard
AG

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered Commenteratif.ghaffar

Get a load simulator, and start measuring your heap size. If nothing else, top(1), prstat(1M), or Windows Task Manager will tell you how big the process(es) is/are.

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered Commenter(nobody)

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