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From Martin Haase-Thomas <...@meome-ag.de>
Subject Re: modperl httpd processes won't stop growing.
Date Mon, 21 Jan 2002 07:39:37 GMT
Hmm,

I'm not very sure. Seems like:
either your Apache and Apache::Server pm's are corrupt, and you should 
install them freshly,
or it is you who makes the mistake. Are there any tied references or so 
in your script? If yes, add a DESTROY { } block which removes them on exit.

Hope this will help
Martin

Richard Clarke wrote:

>I wrote a perl script which runs in modperl yet I have noticed that my httpd
>processes keep growing in size until eventuall all swap space is gone and
>the system dies. So I thought maybe I will rewrite the script from scratch
>adding bit by bit and looking for growth. Even when I use an essentially
>empty perl program the process's keep on growing.
>The help pages suggest I add a sub to test for unfound sub errors. Doing
>that prints this to the log file,
>
>Apache=SCALAR(0x8220508) can't $UNIVERSAL::AUTOLOAD=Apache::DESTROY!
>Apache::Server=SCALAR(0x8202b54) can't
>$UNIVERSAL::AUTOLOAD=Apache::Server::DESTROY!
>Apache=SCALAR(0x8220378) can't $UNIVERSAL::AUTOLOAD=Apache::DESTROY!
>
>Over and over and over again.
>
>Can anyone shed some light on my problem or suggest a better source for
>help.
>
>Richard
>
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