[Icecast-dev] Possible memory leak in Icecast-2.4-beta3

"Thomas B. Rücker" thomas.ruecker at tieto.com
Thu Jan 9 00:53:24 PST 2014

On 08/01/14 21:41, Luca Cireddu wrote:
> Thanks Thomas,
> I successed running icecast in Valgrind using a Dell PowerEdge rack
> server with a single Debian 7 64bit Virtual Machine.
> No memory leaks reported, but I'm working in a "lab environment"...
> I'm trying to "simulate" different listeners using curl in a bash
> script with random connections and disconnections.
> I will report asap some result about testing, but I'm not a good
> Valgrind-er, so any help or suggestion is welcome.

I have a similar setup and simulate source and listener client
connections, but so far no results.

I'll try to see if I can find some small public server that gets some
traffic which I could run under valgrind.



> On 12/08/2013 03:19 PM, "Thomas B. Rücker" wrote:
>> On 12/06/2013 04:57 PM, voice wrote:
>>> Putting my hat into the ring as well to report memory leak issues
>>> using
>>> On Mon, Oct 28, 2013 at 3:30 AM, Luca Cireddu <sardylan at gmail.com
>>> <mailto:sardylan at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>>     Hi all,
>>>     Icecast increase memory usage on our server too.
>>>     When started, memory usage was about 0.5% of 1GB.
>>>     After 2 or 3 months, about 15%.
>>>     I tried also to use valgrind to debug icecast sources, but my
>>>     machine is too slow to keep it running through it, and it crashes.
>> To everyone, please help pinpointing this by running Icecast in Valgrind.
>> I'll try to also set up a test setup, but it's possible that this
>> doesn't show up in a lab environment.
>> Cheers
>> Thomas
> Cheers
> Luca
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