The temporary solution is to edit lib/RT/Record.pm and change it from
subclassing Record::Cachable to subclassing Record. Then be sure
to whack all current sessions. Note that I haven’t made this change in CVS,
as I’m expecting a new Record::Cachable very soon…
-jOn Tue, May 15, 2001 at 10:41:03AM +0100, Mark Vevers wrote:
I’m seeing some really upsetting memory leakage in current (and other recent)
revs of 1.3.x. Anyone else seeing them? Better yet: has anyone found the
source or (Still better) plugged it?
There are leaks in addition to the one we found in SB::Record::Cachable ?
It’s still leaking somewhere - httpd keeps growing when just viewing the
same tickets over and over. (Latest CVS for both rt & DBIx). I’ve adjusted
httpd.conf to minimise the effect of this for now, and will try and see
doing it. I’ll play with Record::Cachable or not at some point to see
if its that.
I’ll also have a look at the mod-perl util Jesse was talking about
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