client 'flush' takes too much memory
[Moved from bugzilla] Reporter: firstname.lastname@example.org (Joel M. Baldwin) Description: Opened: 2003-09-19 13:43
I there any way you can reduce the memory used by by the client 'flush' command?
When I have thousands of messages in my client queue the 'flush' command creates such a large memory footprint that the process causes my system to starts swapping.
------- Additional Comments From Nick Mathewson 2003-11-07 08:18 -------
This should be fixed in 0.0.6 CVS; we now lazy-load queued messages as we flush them. [We still use space proportional to the number of pending messages to compute which messages are going where, but this should now be a few dozen bytes per message, not 32KB per message.]
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