[Haskell-cafe] two HLS processes with same name

Branimir Maksimovic branimir.maksimovic at gmail.com
Tue Oct 3 04:46:02 UTC 2023

macOS needs just 1-2GiB of wired RAM, don’t worry…

> On 30. 9. 2023., at 10:51, Dennis Raddle <dennis.raddle at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm running the HLS plugin in VS Code on MacOS, on an M2 Apple Silicon MacBook Pro. My computer is running low on RAM and the HLS process seems to be fairly large for me (over 1 GB).  When I first run VS Code on a Haskell workspace, there is one process called "haskell-language-server-9.2.8". Eventually another process, taking an additional 1 GB, joins it. The two processes have the same name.
> Is it supposed to work like this?
> Note about Apple Silicon FYI: I bought this computer in June with 16 GB Integrated RAM. RAM is very expensive in a SoC. I'm discovering that a lot of programs are memory hogs, not sure if it's the latest MacOS or M2, but between running software development stuff and music-related apps, I'm running out of RAM. I just bought a similar MacBook but with 32 GB RAM, and will sell the current one. So eventually I won't worry about an extra GB process or two.
> Dennis
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