Andrei Simion wrote:
> If one runs a Gimp-Perl script for a number of times, enough to use the
> whole physical memory, then the Gimp server crashes, it does not create
> the swap. That's it, no swap file is created.
> I think there may be a configuration issue.
> If a test script is needed I can provide it.
You should add this latest information to the bug report at
If you have a script which demonstrates the problem, attach it to the bug
report. Note that I said to *attach* the script to the report. Don't just
paste the script in to the text of the bug report.
In your update, include the version(s) of GIMP you are using, which Linux
distro (and version) you are using, and the settings of the Preference items
under "Resource Consumption".
This past weekend I ran some tests using logov1 from inside GIMP and it worked
perfectly. After each invocation of the script, there was no swap file left
over. It certainly showed no signs of any leak. Perhaps the problem occurs
when running a script via the Perl server. I haven't done any rigorous testing
of running scripts using Perl server yet.
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