[Linux-HA] hb master proc leaking memory on client signon/off?
forrestw at gmail.com
Tue Mar 22 14:49:21 MST 2005
By reproduce, do you mean does running cl_status increase the memory
in use b y the heartbeat master daemon?
If that's what you mean then yes it does, same thing, about 4k each time
I run cl_status.
On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 17:07:03 -0700, Alan Robertson <alanr at unix.sh> wrote:
> forrest whitcher wrote:
> > Alan et al
> > I've been kicking the tires some on Heartbeat and have observed that every
> > time a new client connects (signon-s) to the heartbeat process the the master
> > process ratchets up it's memory use by about 4K of ram.
> > This is when I do the following:
> > hb = ll_cluster_new("heartbeat");
> > signon(hb, MY_NAME);
> > cl_log_set_facility(facility);
> > init_nodewalk(hb);
> > nextnode(hb)); /* repeat while more nodes */
> > end_nodewalk(hb);
> > signoff(hb);
> > delete(hb);
> > I'm checking for HA_OK , so I know all the calls have completed, -- is there
> > a reason for the daemon to hold the connection resources after exit??.
> > I'm running 1.99.2 pulled from CVS about a week ago
> No. This is a bug. It's something we fixed in the past, but it seems to
> have recurred. Can you reproduce it using cl_status?
> Alan Robertson <alanr at unix.sh>
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