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SubjectRe: Gigantic memory leak in linux-2.6.[789]!
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In article <200410221613.35913.ks@cs.aau.dk> you wrote:
> When the loop has completed, the system use 124 MB memory more _each_ time....
> so it is pretty easy to make a denial-of-service attack :-(

for starters i recommend to look at "free" and only at the marked number:

total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 126368 108432 17936 0 6532 42104
-/+ buffers/cache: 59796* 66572*
Swap: 262128 43400 218728

or at the swap numbers if you have low memory (like i do).

Gruss
Bernd
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