hush - memory leak?
rob at landley.net
Mon Jan 3 19:22:38 UTC 2011
On Monday 03 January 2011 08:43:41 Piotr Grudzinski wrote:
> > If it was kernel, gcc would probably be triggering it. It's almost
> > certainly
> > a uClibc bug. You're using a 3.5 year old version on a platform variant
> > (nommu) that really didn't have much testing back then.
> > Which uClibc source tree are you using, what's your .config, and what
> > target
> > architecture are you building for?
> > Rob
> The kernel and uClibc are from www.uclinux.org release 20080808.
This is almost certainly a uclinux bug, in their modified version of the nommu
C library. You need to ask them about it.
> I sent my .config with the initial posting on Dec 21. Can you get it?
> (There seems to be some problem with my attachments sent to
> busybox at busybox.net).
There's a maximum message size for posting.
> Architecture - ARM922T.
> gcc - custom toolchain based on gcc 3.4.6.
Arm architectures are actually things like "armv4l, armv5l, armv6l". I did a
writeup on them here:
Google says that arm922t is an armv4 instruction set with the Thumb extensions
(armv4t). I take it you're running it nommu to save the memory page tables
would take up? (How much ram has it got?)
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