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    SubjectRe: 2.4.0-test6: Bad VM problems / Memory Leak?
    On Thu, 10 Aug 2000, Byron Stanoszek wrote:

    > After about a day running Linux 2.4.0-test6 on a system with only 32 MB of
    > ram, bad things started to happen. This is a 'ps' & 'free' snapshot after 1
    > day of online time and normal use, right before I had to take the system down
    > because it would be 1 minute in-between shell commands:

    (oh boy, a potential customer!:)

    Greetings Byron,

    It just so happens that I extracted a test6 IKD diff [1] for someone
    yesterday. Among other things, IKD [2] contains a memory leak detector.
    If you would like to give it a shot, drop me a line and I'll bless your
    mailbox with 1 ea. 123k bzipped patch.

    -Mike (memleak maintainer)

    1. not official IKD until blessed by Andrea.
    2. Integrated Kernel Debugging toolkit.


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