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    girishG

    @pauljacobson ah yes, the fix for haraka is coming. I recently submitted a patch upstream for this which has now been merged - https://github.com/haraka/Haraka/pull/3104 .

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    girishG

    Correct. We don't need to re-create container to change the memory limit. But we still need to restart it after adjusting memory limit because of the limitations in our packaging.

    I think over time we have learnt that it is not a good idea to setup apache to auto-scale based on container memory limit. Those things are very dependent on the app/plugin use. I think java apps require a restart at this point since the JVM gets passed in the heap memory as a flag on startup, maybe there is a workaround for this as well, have to investigate.

    But at that point, we can atleast make the memory limit code not re-create container which I think is where bulk of the slowness is.