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Ruby Enterprise Edition is a server-oriented friendly branch of Ruby which includes various enhancements: A copy-on-write friendly garbage collector. Phusion Passenger uses this, in combination with a technique called preforking, to reduce Ruby on Rails applications' memory usage by 33% on average. An improved memory allocator called tcmalloc , which improves performance quite a bit. The ability to tweak garbage collector settings for maximum server performance, and the ability to inspect the garbage collector's state. (RailsBench GC patch ) The ability to dump stack traces for all running threads (caller_for_all_threads ), making it easier for one to debug multithreaded Ruby web applications. I'm just interested in reducing memory usage. How do I use it? Make sure that you're using Phusion Passenger . Then follow the instructions on the Ruby Enterprise Edition download pa...

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