How to Spot and Avoid Heap Fragmentation in Rust Applicationsby@tomhacohen
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How to Spot and Avoid Heap Fragmentation in Rust Applications

by Tom Hacohen8mJune 27th, 2023
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Rust project saw unexpected memory growth. Memory usage climbed disproportionately. Unbounded memory growth can lead to services being forced to exit. The magic combination for me was: *larger request bodies* and *higher concurrency. The particulars of this specific "stair-step" are specific to the application itself.
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