Yesterday Saaj <https://recollection.saaj.me/> posted this excellently documented answer about tracking down memory leaks in a Python process:
The StackOverflow comment box says it is not to be used to say "Thanks!", so I don't know how to award extra kudos any more directly than shouting into the void here.
Also good to know pyrasite still works, as does Dozer: https://pypi.org/project/Dozer/
Y'all, I posted that question in 2008, when I was working with an earlier generation of web startup, about to be laid off in a different recession.
Ages ago in software-years, and yet only *slightly* before Python 3.0 was released.
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