[Icecast] ices2 memory leak on Debian/ARM (The Darkener)

Christian Eichert [K9] email at christianeichert.de
Tue Jan 10 15:20:32 PST 2012

Can you describe your architecture?
Christian Eichert

Von: TheDarkener <thedarkener at logicalnetworking.net>
Gesendet: Wed Jan 11 00:02:01 MEZ 2012
An: icecast at xiph.org
Betreff: Re: [Icecast] ices2 memory leak on Debian/ARM (The Darkener)

Hi Keith,

As I explained before, Valgrind won't run in my arch. I'll Google for
some other memory leak detection tools, however. Thank you for your
input...I look forward to helping fix this bug!

- Jordan

On 01/10/2012 07:43 AM, Keith Roberts wrote:
> *snip*
> There's a Linux memory profiler called:
> "Valgrind" is a multipurpose code profiling and memory 
> debugging tool for Linux when on the x86 and, as of version 
> 3, AMD64, architectures. It allows you to run your program 
> in Valgrind's own environment that monitors memory usage 
> such as calls to malloc and free (or new and delete in C++). 
> If you use uninitialized memory, write off the end of an 
> array, or forget to free a pointer, Valgrind can detect it. 
> Since these are particularly common problems, this tutorial 
> will focus mainly on using Valgrind to find these types of 
> simple memory problems, though Valgrind is a tool that can 
> do a lot more.
> that might help you out. I've used it to find programs 
> running under Linux with bad memory management.
> For other memory leakage tools, just Google for something 
> like: memory leak detection tools
> Kind Regards,
> Keith Roberts

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