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I have the problem whereby my supervisor instance died on me even if i run --daemonize . I realize i may have the ame problem as here so please need some guidance how i should diagnose my memory usage. Am running the following processes

 celerybeat                      RUNNING    pid 26520, uptime 0:00:20
 celeryd                         RUNNING    pid 26521, uptime 0:00:20
 redis                           RUNNING    pid 26522, uptime 0:00:20
autoreload                       RUNNING    pid 26519, uptime 0:00:20

asked 07 Jan '13, 19:15

carrier24sg
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You can check within the control panel or submit a support ticket to check if the process is killed from going over memory.

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answered 07 Jan '13, 22:27

johns
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i see. I see the celery processes used up to 26MB each.. is this typical for django-celery instances?

(08 Jan '13, 18:02) carrier24sg

Yes, it's not uncommon for celery to use that kind of memory, unfortunately it's not especially light on RAM usage.

(09 Jan '13, 02:41) waynek
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