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Re: 2.2 bdb leaks?
On Tue, 07 Dec 2004 22:05:01 -0800 Quanah Gibson-Mount <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> --On Wednesday, December 08, 2004 2:08 PM +0900 Carsten Haitzler
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> > ok... someone please tell me i'm wrong.
> > i have a 500,000 entry (inetorgperson) db - sot its big enough (for
> > testing)... and i'm playing with improving bdb/hdb... and i seem to find
> > it seems to allocate ram... till the cows come home.
> > basicalyl i have set the cachesize to 10 (and idlcachesize to 8)... i keep
> > querying for items from a client (going thru uid 0 and up numerically)
> > and slapd just keeps allocating ram... and allocating.. and allocating.
> > (dmalloc, valgrind, memprof side checks)... this smells wrong to me. if i
> > keep querying eventually i get slapd to be using > 1gb of ram...
> > something smells wrong - just to save me hunting for something i should
> > be.. is this right? why? shouldn't it level out at keeping 100 entries in
> > the cache and thats it? that means memory use should have leveled out
> > after the cache fills?
> > (hunting for more "culprits" that could be the issue) just wondering if
> > i'm barking up the wrong tree here.?
> What version of 2.2 are you using, that would help...
> Note that 2.2.19 had some memory leak & cache leak fixes.
2.2 head (ie the 2.2 release branch in cvs) (OPENLDAP_REL_ENG_2_2)
ok - so it is possible i'm seeing a known bug? (i just don't want to be chasing
ghosts). is this fixed in cvs? if so i may either be seeing something new (i'll
hunt and patch)...
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