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1. Web Development
We have just got a dedicated server with Fasthosts, O/S is Linux CentOS 6 64 bit.
It was a fresh install and I have just moved one WordPress site onto there.
The problem is we seem to be getting a memory leak (that's what Fasthosts said) and the database (I think) keeps crashing, so we... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Pokeyzx
I have written this code in C which reads a very large collection of text files and does some processing. The problem with this code is that there are memory leaks which I am not able to figure out as to where the problem is. When I run this code, and see the memory usage using top command, then I... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: shoaibjameel123
3. Red Hat
I am using RED HAT 5.4, and i am getting memory uses problem. when i use "sync;echo 3 > /proc/sys/vm/drop_cache" command the memory will release after 2,3 hour memory show 95%.
pls suggest right way.
thanks (37 Replies)
Discussion started by: reply.ravi
I am trying a database server which keeps a B+ plus tree structure and works on it.
I am trying to find the memory used/leak while executing this process.
I check the memory leak by using ps uax command.
When i execute a delete query i am sure that my code frees up the existing... (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: kumaran_5555
5. IP Networking
my client server application can work in two modes:
1) one direction - only client sends msgs to server
2) two directions - server gives 'answers' to client.
when program run in the first mode it looks OK, but when server answers to client than client's application exit its... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: lenna
6. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
This might be a strange request, but does anyone have any idea on a simple shell script that would use more and more memory as it ran? Like a purposeful leak.
I want to test the behaviour of an already running program when the machine runs out of memory.
Thanks! (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: rebelbuttmunch
I have this code...
static void* cliente(void *datos);
size_t size = PTHREAD_STACK_MIN + 0x0100;
ret = pthread_attr_init(&tattr);
ret =... (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: JEscola
8. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I tried to execute a sample pthread program to cancel a newly created one using pthread_cancel(). but using valgrind on my code shows some memory leak.
using namespace std;
void*... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: kcr
First of all I appreciate this group very much for its informative discussions and posts.
Here is my question.
I have one process whose virtual memory size increases linearly from 6MB to 12MB in 20 minutes. Does that mean my process has memory leaks?
In what cases does the... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: shriashishpatil