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Re: 1.5.18+ resource leak?
On Fri, 4 Nov 2005, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> On Nov 4 08:42, Brian Ford wrote:
> > ssh user@solaris_machine 'cd some_directory && tar cf -
> > some_other_directory' | tar xvf -
> > These are large copies of several hundred megabytes. Here was the result:
> > tar some_file_path: Cannot write: Permission denied
> > 4 [main] -bash 2304 fork_copy: user/cygwin data pass 2 failed,
> > 0x610000..0x627000, done 0, windows pid 3132, Win 32 error 1450
> I've just copied 21 Gigs from a Linux box to a WIndows box using the
> exact same ssh|tar as you did. There's nothing pointing to any kind of
> memory or handle leak while doing that and the operation terminated
Yes, I haven't seen anything I could identify either. I think the key is
that these are mostly small files (a hundred thousand or so). Copying
larger ones of the same volume doesn't seem to trigger the problem.
> Are you by any chance starting the X server from a service or something?
Nope. I need to eliminate X as a variable.
> Maybe that's a problem induced by the heap allocation as Chris has
> already noted in a few threads. Er... lemme see...
Yes, I'll look into that, but I thought that was only applicable when lots
of processes were running.
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