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Topic: Scaling down Acrobat footprints
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 123011
From: shantanu
Date: 11/30/2004 08:11 AM

Hi,
we want to run Acrobat 6.0 standard version on server, opening a new session for each user connected. The number of users can be between 8-10K. Each instance of Acrobat approximately consumes 38MB memory, which is going to have a big impact on the total memory consumption.
What I saw is if I don't use any plug-ins those come with the standard version, the memory consumption comes down to 20MB. I just need to use my own plug-in. Does this have any impact on the working of Acrobat ? Can acrobat run smoothly without any of its standard plug-ins ?
Is there a possibility of having a slimmed down version of Acrobat which supports the plug-ins but does not consume lot of memory ?

-shantanu.


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