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SubjectRe: [BUG] Linux task_struct leak
On Sun, Jun 08, 2008 at 01:39:11PM +0200, Thorsten Knabe wrote:
>Hello Jeff.
>Your assumption about ptrace causing the task_struct leak seems to be
>right. I bisected the problem down to a few commits using the repository
>at git://
>Commit b7b71725fb9584454bfe5f231223bd63421798fb is the last known commit
>that does not leak task_structs, whereas commit
>a97f52e67890fda6b373c1c1895ff1c1c69b36c8 is leaking task_structs.
>Revisions in between do not even compile.
>Also I had to apply the changes from commit
>f9cb02b0be4de3c51edfdd701754e13d9a2d20d6 to most of the kernels I have
>tested, otherwise the UML process would crash on startup.

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