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From Alberto Bustamante Reyes <>
Subject RE: Help to reproduce GEODE-7060
Date Mon, 25 Nov 2019 14:28:53 GMT
Ok, then Im going to close the ticket. Thanks for the info Blake!
De: Blake Bender <>
Enviado: lunes, 25 de noviembre de 2019 15:11
Para: <>
Asunto: Re: Help to reproduce GEODE-7060

Hi Alberto,

I apologize for the mention of gemfire-node-client in OSS Geode JIRA, this
is a proprietary product that you don't have access to.  For the time
being, I believe, we have fixed all of the ACE leaks we've found, so
GEODE-7060 can be safely closed.

Just for context, we found that, on MacOS, if nativeclient items were
leaking at app shutdown and any of them contained an ACE object, certain of
these would leak an OS resource that couldn't be recovered.  Eventually
(typically after a number of test runs) this resource would run out, and
the only way to recover was to restart the OS.  We've since fixed a number
of "resource leak at shutdown" bugs in the native client, and haven't seen
GEODE-7060 in a couple of months or more.



On Mon, Nov 25, 2019 at 5:49 AM Alberto Bustamante Reyes
<> wrote:

> Hi,
> I need some info to reproduce the issue described in GEODE-7060, about an
> ACE resource leak.
> The ticket says the problem was seen using a test called
> "gemfire-node-client putall.js", but I suppose that test is not part of
> Geode.
> Could someone with access to that test describe what it is doing? Any idea
> to reproduce the issue is welcome.
> Thanks in advance.
> Alberto B.

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