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(ITS#8455) LMDB: mdb_env_copyfd1 leaks memory and pthread state if mdb_txn_begin fails
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- Subject: (ITS#8455) LMDB: mdb_env_copyfd1 leaks memory and pthread state if mdb_txn_begin fails
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- Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2016 09:52:09 +0000
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Full_Name: Lorenz Bauer
Version: git c367c1f69685
OS: OS X
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In case that mdb_txn_begin fails (e.g. due to no more reader slots available),
mdb_env_copyfd1 leaks my.mc_wbuf. From the pthread_create man pages, it seems
like it also leaks pthread state, since the created thread is never joined.
The linked gist contains a test case, valgrind output which confirms that the
buffer is leaked, and a patch.
The patch properly frees the buffer, and always joins the thread. If the thread
was never created pthread_join simply returns an error, which is ignored
anyways. I think the same logic holds on Windows.