Possible resource leak
Wed Dec 10 10:52:00 GMT 2014
On 9.12.2014 23:06, Tom Honermann wrote:
> This sounds like something I diagnosed a while back. I see you have
> Lenovo utilities in your PATH. There is a defect in Lenovo's
> RapidBoot Shield Version 1.23 that results in process handles (for all
> processes) not getting closed. This causes these processes to remain
> in memory as you described (in POSIX terms, as zombie processes). If
> you do have RapidBoot Shield installed, try disabling (via control
> panel - Lenovo - RapidBoot Shield) or uninstalling it. Lenovo has
> discontinued this utility.
> Lenovo's RapidBoot Shield should be added to the BLODA list.
Thanks for info. My problem seems to be really caused by this. After
I've uninstalled RapidBoot everything seems to be working normally.
> On 12/09/2014 03:53 AM, Petr TitÄra wrote:
>> I'm dealing with possible resource leak in cygwin on Windows-7. I'm
>> running a script which repeatedly calls another script (every 5
>> seconds). After a while script ends with memory error. All my memory
>> seems to be eaten by Page Table entries and in the memory map I see a
>> lot of cygwin processes with 4 pages allocated (I can provide screenshot
>> if neccessary). Is this known issue?
>> Attached is cygcheck output without any modification.
>> Petr Titera
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