I *think* I have answered my own question. The patch in the email doesn't
include the switch to xmalloc that was originally in
the krt-export-filtr-fix branch as well.
I can see from `git blame` that it's in the previous commit,
bc00f058154bb4a630d24d64a55b5f181d235c63 [ Filter: Prefer xmalloc/xfree to
So, it looks like I actually need a290da25a16b7c79d4a7a87f522b4068bca04979
Can you please confirm this is correct ?
Or else advise the best way to patch against the current release ?
On 19 September 2016 at 10:41, Justin Cattle <j...@ocado.com> wrote:
> Ok - great.
> Should this patch apply to the 1.6 released version ok ?
> I was tracking from the krt-export-filtr-fix before, that that is now gone
> On 19 September 2016 at 10:13, Ondrej Zajicek <santi...@crfreenet.org>
>> On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 09:46:03AM +0100, Justin Cattle wrote:
>> > Hi Pavel,
>> > After running with this latest fixup commit for a week, I see mixed
>> > With the first fix you created, all the processes remained using a very
>> > small amount of memory, consistently. As per my previous email, around
>> > 80Mg.
>> > With the second fix, some of the bird processes are using up to about
>> > 600Mg, but some are still using more like the 80Mg from the first fix.
>> > And, there is a mixture in between those two extremes.
>> > So my question is - is this normal and expected now, of is there a
>> > potential issue with the second fix?
>> We found that there was one minor leak that was overlooked in the second
>> You can try attached patch v3.
>> Elen sila lumenn' omentielvo
>> Ondrej 'Santiago' Zajicek (email: santi...@crfreenet.org)
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