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SubjectRe: cifs leaks memory like crazy in 2.5.61
On Thu, Feb 20, 2003 at 10:56:04AM -0600, Steven French wrote:
> I run three file API tests regularly against it - fsx, the connecathon
> "nfs" tests and iozone and use them as a sort of regression test bucket
> (which unfortunately didn't pick this problem up) - as a result of this I
> will add "ls -R" of a deep directory tree to the list (ls -R of a shallow
> tree doesn't seem to show this problem up) - if there are other useful
> filesystem regression cases that I could automate and run, I would love to
> know about them.

Those are more stress tests, than regression tests. You have to know
what you regressed from, and progressed to, before you have regression
tests. ;-)

It sounds like unit tests are lacking...

Jeff



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