From: Jack Edin <jack@lo...> - 2006-06-23 04:07:54
I put a bit-bucket under the computer to catch the dribble...
I can show my Memory Leak Log, upon request.
This thing stalls... Goes to sleep...
Then it hurriedly catches up...!!
MH has sprung a leak!
Help me bail?
From: Matthew Williams <mattrwilliams@us...> - 2006-06-23 16:05:42
You may want to try to run off the latest trunk instead of 2.102. It's not
that 2.102 has problems, it's just that the trunk is currently VERY
different from 2.102 and your problem may be fixed. That being said, 2.102
is known to be stable and the trunk is in flux right now so may not be as
If that isn't possible, you may want to disable all of the modules in your
personal code directory and see if the leak remains. Then do a binary
search type thing by enabling half the modules. If the leak reappears, you
then disable half of the modules and look again. Just keep enabling /
disabling half of the remaining modules until you narrow it down to the
right file. Post that file and we'll see if there is an obvious problem.
Jack Edin wrote:
> I put a bit-bucket under the computer to catch the dribble...
> I can show my Memory Leak Log, upon request.
> This thing stalls... Goes to sleep...
> Then it hurriedly catches up...!!
> MH has sprung a leak!
> Help me bail?
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