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YouMagine is crazy slow and crashes all the time

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Hi Meduza,

Thanks for reporting this. And thanks for sharing all those nice designs at YouMagine.

The Ruby on Rails application or framework has memory leaks, causing the servers to start rejecting requests a while after a reboot. Last friday there were a lot of Out of memory errors.

We're now rebooting each server every hour, 10 minutes apart of there are 6 servers used. This should all not be noticable because they're in a high-availability configuration, the site should be a tiny bit slower during a reboot of one of the servers.

The out of memory errors have not occurred anymore for over 24 hours, but they happend once every few minutes before the intervention.

Let us know if you think it hasn't been solved yet.



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