Leaking memory

Artur Bergman sky at crucially.net
Wed Oct 4 15:50:54 UTC 2006

On Oct 4, 2006, at 6:17 AM, Mika Raento wrote:

> The server doesn't always leak stuff-sometimes it runs for a day
> or more with no problems, and then can start to rapidly gain. I have
> no reliable way of triggering the leak (Irritatingly, running
> 'gladiator' actually sometimes triggers the leaking behaviour,
> but you can't forexample do 'note_arena' - 'gladiator' - 'check_arena'
> since the gladiator stuff seems to do something funky with the
> perl interpreter - for example it kill mysql database handles).
> I've now compiled perl with -DDEBUGGING, run note_arena, and am hoping
> the leak gets triggered so I can run check_arena. Until that: any
> hints you guys have?
> Cheers,
> 	Mika

Quick question, is it the gladiator command or the check_arena  
command that kills mysql?

I would suspect it would be gladiator since it forks() and then exits.


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