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The process for identifying memory leaks looks like a real pain in the butt. After thinking about it for a while, I would be perfectly happy to just automatically reboot the server after CPU / Memory are depleted to a certain point.
this is a really bad attitude to take towards your code. not only has matts given you great code which you compliment, but he's given you an outline for advanced debugging techniques he used in the same code you praise.

instead of taking the opportunity to learn more about bugs that might be in your code (and software development in general) from someone who took the time to provide an detailed answer your question, you've decided to throw away his proven advice.

if you feel his advice is over your head, and you would like to learn but don't think you're capable yet, say so. i'm sure other suggestions can be offered, including advice on your follow-up question. as it stands, your dismissive tone leaves me unsympathetic to your current situation.

why would anyone here want to provide you with help in the future if you openly throw away such good advice?

i certainly wouldn't.

~Particle *accelerates*


In reply to Re^3: Looking for Leaks in all the wrong places by particle
in thread Looking for Leaks in all the wrong places by Stegalex

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