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From Jim Jagielski <...@jaguNET.com>
Subject Re: Possible leak in core_output_filter()
Date Tue, 23 Nov 2004 20:36:15 GMT
Cliff Woolley wrote:
> 
> Okay, cool.
> 
> You know, it would be really useful if there were a module that could
> track memory leaks related to buckets.  I'm envisioning something like
> this:
> 
> It has an input filter and an output filter.  The input filter logs the
> request headers (let's just say no content body for the sake of
> simplicity), and the output filter logs the response.  But for each one,
> what I'm more interested in than the content itself is that
> dump_brigade-style knowledge of what data was in what buckets, how big and
> of what type those bucket are, and which buckets were in the same brigade
> as opposed to separate brigades.  So basically the output filter would
> just insert itself right above the core_output_filter and log all the
> buckets that fly by.  It wouldn't be able to log the data contents of all
> bucket types without modifying the bucket (eg, file buckets), but like I
> say, I'm more interested in knowing the structure of the data than the
> data itself.  The additional useful bit of information would be a log of
> what the RSS of the process was at the end of each request.  I don't know
> if there's an easy way to get that information, but man would it be
> useful...
> 
> --Cliff
> 


   http://www.apache.org/~jim/mod_dumpio.c

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