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From Liu_Edw...@emc.com
Subject RE: Axis2/C Memory Leak Issues
Date Mon, 29 Oct 2007 18:07:52 GMT
Hi Dinesh,

I would be willing to help out in fixing the memory leak issues with
Axis2/C.  I have used a couple tools to notice that the memory leaks
occur, but what would you recommend I should use to find out the exact
location of these memory leaks?  How would I use valgrind to check for
the memory leaks?  Should I run valgrind on the httpd executable or
somewhere else?  What include folders should I use with valgrind?  Any
help on how the Axis2/C developers have previously resolved or checked
for the memory leak issues would help me.

Thanks,
Ed 

-----Original Message-----
From: Dinesh Premalal [mailto:premalal@gmail.com] On Behalf Of Dinesh
Premalal
Sent: Monday, October 29, 2007 4:44 AM
To: axis-c-user@ws.apache.org
Subject: Re: Axis2/C Memory Leak Issues

Hi Ed,

Liu_Edward@emc.com writes:

> I have created some web service client code that uses the Axis2
library
> functions and ran valgrind on my code to check for memory leak issues.
> From what I have read, there should be no memory leaks from Axis2/C.
> But, after running valgrind, the log indicated many areas when memory
is
> known and unknown to be lost.  Here is the log of the memory issues:  
> <<valgrind.log>>   This file is slightly modified to remove references
> to the work I am doing.  Is there any way to get the memory issues
fixed
> up in Axis2/C?
Yeah, In recent releases there are some memory leaks remain. I think
we could fix them in the next release. Please raise a jira.  We accept
patches also ;)

thanks,
Dinesh

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