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2014-07-24

22:49 Bug #2586: Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
> lighttpds memory handling might not be optimal; in some places it keeps certain structs for later reuse (to avoid m... joepie91
22:01 Bug #2586: Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
* Please respect the choices of members of the development team; an issue "reopening" (flame) war isn't going to get ... stbuehler
14:46 Bug #2586 (Invalid): Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
darix
14:31 Bug #2586 (Reopened): Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
Stekkz
14:05 Bug #2586: Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
darix wrote:
> joepie91 wrote:
> > darix wrote:
> > > joepie91 wrote:
> > > > darix wrote:
> > > > > 1. free() d...
Stekkz
14:04 Bug #2586: Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
darix wrote:
> joepie91 wrote:
> > darix wrote:
> > > joepie91 wrote:
> > > > darix wrote:
> > > > > 1. free() d...
joepie91
14:00 Bug #2586: Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
joepie91 wrote:
> darix wrote:
> > joepie91 wrote:
> > > darix wrote:
> > > > 1. free() does not clear the memory...
darix
13:56 Bug #2586: Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
darix wrote:
> joepie91 wrote:
> > darix wrote:
> > > 1. free() does not clear the memory either. it just released...
joepie91
13:55 Bug #2586: Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
darix wrote:
> joepie91 wrote:
> > darix wrote:
> > > 1. free() does not clear the memory either. it just released...
Stekkz
13:39 Bug #2586: Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
joepie91 wrote:
> darix wrote:
> > 1. free() does not clear the memory either. it just released it back to the OS
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darix
13:33 Bug #2586: Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
darix wrote:
> 1. free() does not clear the memory either. it just released it back to the OS
How is it released ...
joepie91
13:21 Bug #2586 (Invalid): Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
# free() does not clear the memory either. it just released it back to the OS
# +lighttpd is properly reusing the me...
darix
12:58 Bug #2586 (Reopened): Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
The fact it is failing to call free() on the memory after a client session closes clearly shows that it is *not* goin... acleanslate
12:34 Bug #2586: Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
Just use [[X-LIGHTTPD-send-file]], readfile() is just stupid.
And lighttpd will reuse the memory ... but if you do...
darix
12:02 Bug #2586: Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
From my initial post:
> The issue occurred on a Debian 7 (Wheezy) x64 KVM VPS, both on 1.4.31-4+deb7u3 (Debian Whe...
joepie91
11:35 Bug #2586: Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
joepie91 wrote:
That leads me to believe it is not implemented in the versions I use either.
What versions do you...
Olaf-van-der-Spek
09:29 Bug #2586: Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
For clarification: the typical situation here is that a request for the large file is made and fulfilled using readfi... joepie91
08:13 Bug #2586: Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
The memory was not reused, even if the requesting client had long disconnected or if the server was about to run out ... joepie91
07:16 Bug #2586 (Invalid): Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
It's not a leak, it is going to be reused (memory management is a complicated issue; "memory fragmentation" is probab... stbuehler
02:44 Bug #2586 (Invalid): Memory leak when using readfile() in PHP over FastCGI
On a site of mine, I experienced a severe memory leak in lighttpd when using the readfile() function in PHP. Any time... joepie91
 

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