[icecast] Darkice memory leak

Kristjan Gu?ni Bjarnason kgb at gangverk.is
Mon Apr 8 11:02:32 PDT 2002



Tried both the binary and compiling the src.  Both leaking.

It the setting suggested in "INSTALL.lame" didn't work and so I suspected
the compiliation settings so I tried various settings.  The compiler version
is the one coming with RedHat 7.2 gcc3-3.0.1-3.

Kristjan

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From: owner-icecast at xiph.org [mailto:owner-icecast at xiph.org]On Behalf Of
Akos Maroy
Sent: 8. april 2002 17:53
To: icecast at xiph.org
Subject: Re: [icecast] Darkice memory leak

<p>Kristjan Gu?ni Bjarnason wrote:
> ups, sorry for fuzzy description.  I use "top" to watch the running
> processes.  It updates every 5 seconds.

I see, thanks.

> I am running RedHat 7.2, download from one of Redhats mirros.  Haven't
> installed any updates of Redhat 7.2.   The box is a fresh PC with Amd
Athlon
> 1700XP, 128MB, two SoundBlaster 16 PCI using OSS drivers.

I have about the same box at home, and have no such problems.

> Any info missing?

How did you compile lame? Or are you using a binary?

<p>Akos

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