On Fri, 14 May 2010, Nick Chalk wrote:
> Hello Joe.
> Attached is a patch for the LVS net-snmp module which
> appears to fix the memory leak we were seeing. It's still
> under test, but results look good so far.
wonderful. thanks. The code doesn't have an owner and about
once a year someone makes an enquiry like yours. Thank
goodness a few people have kept the code on their disks.
> It's a very simple fix, but in testing we were seeing 400
> bytes lost per snmpwalk.
thanks for figuring it out. Even simple fixes require you to
first find the problem.
Amazingly the patch survived posting to the mailing list.
> There's another memory leak in net-snmp v5.5 itself -
> that's fixed by applying this patch:
There's two versions of the patch there. I've downloaded
both incase they disappear off the internet.
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