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On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 20:05, Arseny Vakhrushev
<> wrote:

>> Usually this is not a problem, because most Lua-based apps which
>> need lots of memory keep the majority of it in C structures (e.g.
>> huge images or database caches). You're the first one who hit that
>> limit in a real-world use case ...

> I refuse to think that LuaJIT is not suitable for server-side applications! :-) It is not Mike Pall telling me that!

We use LJ2 on server side. And we both know another guy, who used it. ;-)

LJ2 is quite suitable for server side. But, alas, not for every
conceivable server program architecture.