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heroku-buildpack-jemalloc reviews and mentions
Delayed Job vs. Sidekiq: Which Is Better?
5 projects | dev.to | 8 Mar 2022
Using jemalloc instead of regular malloc helps too. The exact way to do this depends on the platform you use, but it is pretty simple on Heroku. Just set heroku-buildpack-jemalloc as the first buildpack (ahead of the heroku/ruby buildpack).13 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 16 Feb 2022
I've recently discovered jemalloc, specifically when used with Heroku.
"Using jemalloc instead of regular malloc helps too. The exact way to do this depends on the platform you use, but it is pretty simple on Heroku. Just set heroku-buildpack-jemalloc as the first buildpack (ahead of the heroku/ruby buildpack)."
FYI, remember to set JEMALLOC_ENABLED=true in your env to actually turn it on.
Digital Ocean App Platform vs Heroku
2 projects | dev.to | 24 Dec 2020
Like I mentioned earlier, Digital Ocean App Platform uses the same buildpacks as Heroku to deploy your apps. This means that most apps that can be deployed on Heroku should also be deployed on Digital Ocean. There is one big caveat, though; you can't select which buildpack(s) to use. This means you have to rely on Digital Ocean to pick the right ones for your project. It also gives you a bit less flexibility in how your app runs. For instance, I recently configured our app at work to run using jemalloc, a malloc alternative that often has better performance for Ruby apps. We did that via a buildpack heroku-buildpack-jemalloc, which allowed us to switch to jemalloc without any app changes. Customizations to the build environment like this don't seem possible given the Digital Ocean App Platform's current offerings.
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