[ka-Map-users] kaMap - resource hogger?
jacob.delfos at maunsell.com
Thu Apr 27 04:10:22 EDT 2006
KaMap is pretty intense, and on pc's with even higher specs you can run
into issues. Laptop's would probably be quite shocking, because they
tend to be slower because performance is sacrificed for size. I find
that even with running Chameleon applications, if the server and the
browser are on the same machine, performance can be quite slow. With
Ka-Map, that would be even more pronounced, because the client (browser)
takes up a lot of CPU and RAM as well. I think KaMap is simply not
designed as a 'presentation tool' for on a laptop. The harddisk
bottleneck would really get in the way.
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> [mailto:ka-map-users-bounces at lists.maptools.org] On Behalf Of
> ramesh karra
> Sent: 27 April 2006 13:54
> To: Paul Spencer
> Cc: ka-map-users at lists.maptools.org
> Subject: [ka-Map-users] kaMap - resource hogger?
> I have installed mapserver and kaMap on my laptop(IBM
> T42 with Intel pentium 1.7GHz and 512MB RAM) after
> loading my map and using it for some time, the system
> becomes very slow(especially Microsoft Outlook). When
> I closed my browser, system recovered and the Outlook
> was back to normal.
> I am assuming this is related to kaMap and not
> mapserver because mapserver is running all the time,
> even when the browser is closed. Ofcourse, it still
> possible that the mapserver is hogging resources when
> kaMap is active and not when it is gone.
> Are there any known resource hogging issues with kaMap
> or mapserver?
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