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why is slurpd so big.
I just noticed that my slurpd has 30Mb of memory allocated to it.
My slapd has 90Mb.
I would have thought that it should be small and simple holding a little
in memory as possible.
I am on a dec alpha using digital unix 4.oe.
Is there a memory management problem which means that :
1: slurpd is not freeing memory.
2: Digital Unix is not freeing memory.
Is this related to the threading now employed by slurpd.