(RADIATOR) Memory leak in one of the modules or perl executable.
hugh at open.com.au
Tue Jul 23 17:34:52 CDT 2002
Hello Dan -
Mike is travelling this week, but he will look at this when he returns.
In the meantime, can you please tell me how you are testing? And could you
also send me the details of how you are testing and the outputs of "ps",
"top" or whatever you are using to measure the memory usage? Also please
include anything else that might be useful in tracing the problem.
thanks and regards
On Wed, 24 Jul 2002 08:13, Dan Melomedman wrote:
> I noticed the perl process is growing linearly as the requests come in.
> Grows in size quite rapidly, eventually needs to be restarted. I suspected
> FreeTDS or OpenLDAP libraries (and these may too have leaks and probably
> do, but that testing is later).
> To see if it could be something else, I created a simple config file with
> just AuthByTEST. Still leaks. This is on FreeBSD 4.5-STABLE and Perl 5.6.1.
> Perl 5.8.0 also leaks when running Radiator. Time::Hires is also installed.
> No other modules were used for this test.
> Here's my config (with fake system-related data):
> PidFile /tmp/testradiusd.pid
> AuthPort 1898
> AcctPort 1899
> BindAddress ip.add.re.ss
> LogDir /tmp
> DbDir /tmp
> DictionaryFile /blah/blah/dictionary
> <Client ip.add.re.ss>
> NoIgnoreDuplicates Access-Request #for testing only
> Secret test
> RewriteUsername s/^(.*)\-(.*)/$1\@$2/ #user-org to user at org
> DefaultRealm test
> <AuthBy TEST>
> Identifier test
> </AuthBy TEST>
> <Handler Service-Type=Authenticate-Only,NAS-Port-Type=Virtual>
> Identifier test
> AuthBy test
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