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How much memory does Django consume compared to Rails?

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I have deployed two Ruby on Rails sites on WebFaction, and Passenger Rack takes up around 60 MB of memory apiece.

I was planning on replacing my Drupal web sites with Rails, but I'm now considering replacing these Drupal sites with Django. Given that the baseline memory consumption for a Rails site is around 60 MB, how would a Django site compare?

posted Jun 19, 2013 by anonymous

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A memory consumption by python web frameworks is relatively low. A typical web site developed using wheezy.web (a lightweight full-featured web framework) consumes about 14-23 Mb per worker on x86 platform. The django is not far from there.

A minimal django hello world application hosted in uWSGI application server:

11Mb master + N * 9.4Mb per worker
answer Jun 19, 2013 by anonymous
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