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Fix for Memory Leak (ITS#217)
Full_Name: Tim Bowman
OS: Linux & NT
Submission from: (NULL) (188.8.131.52)
There is a memory leak due to the global openldap_ldap_global_options struct
(in init.c) having two members ldo_defbase & ldo_defhost which are malloced if
an ldap.conf file is read. This is a one-time allocation, so it's only a big
for OSs that don't free the memory.
I fixed it by cleaning them up in ldap_ld_free, since I am using a wrapper
that calls ldap_init for every connection. This is kind of a bitch to fix if
want to unbind and bind after an init. I first tried putting them on the stack
doing a strcpy instead of strdup, but the config file parsing function needs to
the right thing for those two cases.
Screwy API, Huh? ldap needs an ldap_uninit to pair with ldap_init.