Subject: Re: squid now reveals a new kernel problem.
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From: Greg A. Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/28/1999 14:23:22
[ On Thursday, October 28, 1999 at 19:50:33 (+0200), Anders Magnusson wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: squid now reveals a new kernel problem.
> If you generate the kernel with 'options MALLOCLOG' then the kernel will
> inform where the last malloc of that object were.
Unfortunately not in a 1.3.3 kernel....
I'm currently bringing my test machine up-to-speed with the same patches
and software running on the production machine and I'm going to try to
duplicate this new bug in a more controlled environment, and as I said
try to ktrace the effect of "squid -k rotate" on the primary squid
process to see if it's pulling any nasty tricks on the kernel.
Greg A. Woods
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