On Wed, 2002-03-13 at 13:04, Shane Hathaway wrote:
> I just found out about something that might help.  If you compiled 
> against the GNU C library, you can set the environment variable 
> MALLOC_CHECK_ to 1 to get malloc usage warnings printed to stderr, or 
> set it to 2 to cause an abort() as soon as an error is detected. 
> Assuming you're running in production, I'd start with 1 (making sure 
> stderr is connected to something), then if any warnings occur but they 
> aren't informative enough, switch to 2.
> I learned this here:
> http://www.gnu.org/manual/glibc-2.2.3/html_node/libc_32.html

Thanks Shane, I'll try that. But first I need a way to not supply -D and
still get the stderr redirected. This site uses cookie authentication
(exUserFolder) and even though the traceback ends up in a page that is
shortly redirected from, some of our client's customers can spot it
sometimes and they usually call complaining about "the Zope error they
saw imediatelly before the login page" so we had to disable '-D'.

Ideas don't stay in some minds very long because they don't like
solitary confinement.

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