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From Marco Spinetti <m.spine...@pisa.iol.it>
Subject APR_POOL_DEBUG??
Date Thu, 22 Dec 2005 13:49:50 GMT
Hi all,
I'm writing a dso 1.3 apache module which uses apr.
Checking my module with a stress test (1440 reqs/min) I'm observing , 
with top, that SIZE and RSS of httpd processes are growing.
So I'm supposing that my module can have some memory allocation leak.
It's strange because I use apr for all my allocation, but it's clear 
that it has some problems.
My system is RHAS 3 on Linux.
I have a global pool which I use for allocating some global structs, and 
then every childs has a pool which at the end they destroy with 
apr_pool_destroy.
How can I debug my apr memory allocation?
I was thinking to start my apache with -X and then I'd like that apr 
writes all informations on stderr (---> error_log of apache).
Any advices?

Cheers

--Marco


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