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SubjectRe: PROBLEM: Memory leak in -test9?
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>There seems to be a memory leak in 2.6.0-test9. Before I go on I'll mention 
>that the box is running Debian sarge (testing), and the compiler is gcc 3.3.1.

>A lot of memory is used (and eventually it will crash), but very little is in
>cache or buffers. After shutting down zebra, postgresql, snmp and apache this
>is what the system looked like. Notice the Slab-size in /proc/meminfo.

The data from the /proc/slabinfo would be helpful in tracking down
which part of the kernel is using the memory.


Henrik
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Henrik Storner <henrik@hswn.dk>
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