Ludovic Courtès writes:

> Hello,
>
> Roel Janssen <r...@gnu.org> skribis:
>
>> ==24971== 4,104 bytes in 1 blocks are possibly lost in loss record 351 of 365
>> ==24971==    at 0x4C2AAD6: malloc (in 
>> /gnu/store/18w3ykyqkcq5zp1qx17qhamkxlczzl0n-valgrind-3.12.0/lib/valgrind/vgpreload_memcheck-amd64-linux.so)
>> ==24971==    by 0x4E719E3: sqlite3MemMalloc (in 
>> /gnu/store/6d4ihp7xbdh3a0ffbpm5n45q4v3w0l35-sqlite-3.19.3/lib/libsqlite3.so.0.8.6)
>> ==24971==    by 0x4E4DB8B: sqlite3Malloc (in 
>> /gnu/store/6d4ihp7xbdh3a0ffbpm5n45q4v3w0l35-sqlite-3.19.3/lib/libsqlite3.so.0.8.6)
>> ==24971==    by 0x4E51316: pcache1Alloc (in 
>> /gnu/store/6d4ihp7xbdh3a0ffbpm5n45q4v3w0l35-sqlite-3.19.3/lib/libsqlite3.so.0.8.6)
>> ==24971==    by 0x4E6E71A: sqlite3BtreeCursor (in 
>> /gnu/store/6d4ihp7xbdh3a0ffbpm5n45q4v3w0l35-sqlite-3.19.3/lib/libsqlite3.so.0.8.6)
>> ==24971==    by 0x4EA9053: sqlite3VdbeExec (in 
>> /gnu/store/6d4ihp7xbdh3a0ffbpm5n45q4v3w0l35-sqlite-3.19.3/lib/libsqlite3.so.0.8.6)
>> ==24971==    by 0x4EB271E: sqlite3_step (in 
>> /gnu/store/6d4ihp7xbdh3a0ffbpm5n45q4v3w0l35-sqlite-3.19.3/lib/libsqlite3.so.0.8.6)
>> ==24971==    by 0x4EB34D1: sqlite3_exec (in 
>> /gnu/store/6d4ihp7xbdh3a0ffbpm5n45q4v3w0l35-sqlite-3.19.3/lib/libsqlite3.so.0.8.6)
>> ==24971==    by 0x426886: nix::LocalStore::openDB(bool) (local-store.cc:293)
>> ==24971==    by 0x42BEF4: nix::LocalStore::LocalStore(bool) 
>> (local-store.cc:169)
>> ==24971==    by 0x40A356: acceptConnection(int)::{lambda()#1}::operator()() 
>> const (nix-daemon.cc:755)
>> ==24971==    by 0x40E16B: std::_Function_handler<void (), 
>> acceptConnection(int)::{lambda()#1}>::_M_invoke(std::_Any_data const&) 
>> (functional:1871)
>
> I suspect these “possibly lost” reports are false alarms.
>
> Anyway, there’s no “invalid read” or “invalid write” report, which is
> what we were looking for.  :-/
>
> Thanks,
> Ludo’.

So it seems that this issue has resolved itself.  Notably, this bug
disappeared after a software update on the storage system that provides
the /gnu filesystem mount (NFS).

So this makes me think that it wasn't a problem in the guix-daemon.

Kind regards,
Roel Janssen



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