[SR-Users] The domain module in 5.1.8 has a memory leak
mack at dopensource.com
Sun Aug 4 21:18:21 CEST 2019
Thanks for the fast response. I will try it later tonight and let you know.
> On Aug 4, 2019, at 3:16 PM, Henning Westerholt <hw at skalatan.de> wrote:
> Hi Mack,
> looks indeed like an issue. Can you try with git master commit f50177003c21f. If your test is also ok, I will backport to stable branch
> Am 04.08.19 um 19:49 schrieb Mack Hendricks:
>> Based on my tests, the memory leak is only exposed when you are using domain attributes, which are stored in the domain_attrs table. I wanted to see if anymore else is running into this issue.
>> Reproducible use case:
>> 1) Insert the following into the database
>> insert into domain values (null,"aprilco.com <http://aprilco.com/>","aprilco.com <http://aprilco.com/>",now());
>> insert into domain_attrs values (null,"aprilco.com <http://aprilco.com/>","pbx_type",0,"0",now());
>> insert into domain_attrs values (null,"aprilco.com <http://aprilco.com/>","pbx_id",0,"65",now());
>> 2) Open a new terminal window and execute:
>> watch "kamcmd core.shmmem"
>> 3) Open up another terminal windows and execute:
>> while true; do kamcmd domain.reload; done
>> Expected Results:
>> You will see the shared memory being allocated, but never freed. The more entries you have in the domain_attrs table, the faster it will run out of memory.
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