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SubjectRe: Memory leak
At 04:05 PM 8/26/2002 -0400, Richard B. Johnson wrote:
>There just might be some kind of memory leak, but, you can't tell
>it from looking at /proc/meminfo. You would need to instrument each
>procedure that allocates memory [...]

Ingo did that a long time ago in his memleak patch. Unfortunately, it's
laying around unmaintained, as I ran out of time. If someone wants a
(kernel) memory leak detector, all they have to is rip it out of the IKD
patch and update it (trivial).

-Mike

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