[sr-dev] [tracker] Task opened: mtree mt_summary display incorrectly, or memory leak?
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Mon Feb 24 03:37:45 CET 2014
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User who did this - Josh (JoshE)
Attached to Project - sip-router
Summary - mtree mt_summary display incorrectly, or memory leak?
Task Type - Bug Report
Category - Core
Status - Unconfirmed
Assigned To -
Operating System - All
Severity - Low
Priority - Normal
Reported Version - Development
Due in Version - Undecided
Due Date - Undecided
Details - I am running latest production Kamailio, and seeing weird behavior with multiple mtree's running.
Start the service and run a:
[root at nproxy-1:/usr/local/etc/kamailio#]kamctl mi mt_summary
MT:: TNAME=fc_did TTYPE=0 MEMSIZE=3486296 NRNODES=14398 NRITEMS=6973
MT:: TNAME=fc_tenant TTYPE=0 MEMSIZE=3542806 NRNODES=14398 NRITEMS=6973
Then run a:
kamctl mi mt_reload
[root at nyc-proxy-1:/usr/local/etc/kamailio#]kamctl mi mt_summary
MT:: TNAME=fc_did TTYPE=0 MEMSIZE=6972592 NRNODES=28796 NRITEMS=13946
MT:: TNAME=fc_tenant TTYPE=0 MEMSIZE=7085612 NRNODES=28796 NRITEMS=13946
Then run another"
kamctl mi mt_reload
root at nyc-proxy-1:/usr/local/etc/kamailio#]kamctl mi mt_summary
MT:: TNAME=fc_did TTYPE=0 MEMSIZE=10458888 NRNODES=43194 NRITEMS=20919
MT:: TNAME=fc_tenant TTYPE=0 MEMSIZE=10628418 NRNODES=43194 NRITEMS=20919
I am not sure if I'm seeing leaking behavior here, or something else is going on entirely.
When I do a grep through the actual mtree list, like: kamctl mi mt_list | grep "fc_tenant" | wc -l ... I see that the actual count of mtree items is the same.
Is this just a bug in presentation, or is something else going on here I should be concerned about?
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