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Coldfusion using 650MB of memory on my linux box, with no traffic

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I have CF 9 standard running on my Red Hat box.  

I only have a few sites setup with basically no traffic at the moment, yet Coldfusion is using 650MB of memory.  Seems crazy high.  

Any ideas here?  
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I think its not very crazy.. You might have installed additional ColdFusion services.. like ODBC Service, .Net Service etc. ColdFusion required JRE which itself is memory hungry.
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Do you have FusionReactor or SeeFusion installed as well?  Depending on how you have your CF Admin JVM settings configured, you may have allocated a lot more memory to your JVM than you want/need.  Even if you aren't "using" all of the allocated memory, CF "reserves" it for use.  In SeeFusion/FusionReactor (or if you had CF 9 Enterprise) you should be able to see the Used vs. Available memory and get a better picture of whether you are truly "using" that much memory of if it is just allocated to the CF JVM.
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