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Memory Leak in Apache 2.2.29 API :ap_run_post_config

 
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Ishan



Joined: 30 Mar 2016
Posts: 5

PostPosted: Wed 30 Mar '16 13:49    Post subject: Memory Leak in Apache 2.2.29 API :ap_run_post_config Reply with quote

Hi ,
I am using apache and ran Dr. Memory Tool [WIndows]
and getting these memory leaks. Can someone tell how to fix this.
Apache : 2.2.29 Platform : WIndows

Error #84: LEAK 172 direct bytes 0x04e9cc58-0x04e9cd04 + 540 indirect bytes
# 0 replace_malloc [d:\drmemory_package\common\alloc_replace.c:2576]
# 1 LIBEAY32.dll!CRYPTO_get_new_dynlockid +0x1da (0x009f1fab <LIBEAY32.dll+0x1fab>)
# 2 LIBEAY32.dll!CRYPTO_malloc +0x41 (0x009f23f2 <LIBEAY32.dll+0x23f2>)
# 3 LIBEAY32.dll!EC_GROUP_new +0x56 (0x00a21217 <LIBEAY32.dll+0x31217>)
# 4 LIBEAY32.dll!EC_GROUP_new_curve_GFp +0xb (0x00a24dbc <LIBEAY32.dll+0x34dbc>)
# 5 LIBEAY32.dll!ERR_load_EC_strings +0x141 (0x00a261a2 <LIBEAY32.dll+0x361a2>)
# 6 LIBEAY32.dll!EC_GROUP_new_by_curve_name +0x4f (0x00a26400 <LIBEAY32.dll+0x36400>)
# 7 ssl_tmp_key_init_ec [d:\2.2.29_win\httpd-2.2.29\modules\ssl\ssl_engine_init.c:156]
# 8 ssl_tmp_keys_init [d:\2.2.29_win\httpd-2.2.29\modules\ssl\ssl_engine_init.c:201]
# 9 ap_run_post_config [d:\2.2.29_win\httpd-2.2.29\server\config.c:94]
#10 main [d:\src\httpd\main.c:778]

Code :
if (ap_run_post_config(pconf, plog, ptemp, server_conf) != OK) {
ap_log_error(APLOG_MARK, APLOG_STARTUP |APLOG_ERR,
0, NULL, "Configuration Failed");
destroy_and_exit_process(process, 1);
}

apr_pool_destroy(ptemp);
apr_pool_lock(pconf, 1);

ap_run_optional_fn_retrieve();
#ifdef WIN32
SetConsoleCtrlHandler((PHANDLER_ROUTINE)ConsoleControlHandlers, TRUE);
#endif
// store process in the file scopw s otaht we can clean it up
//stat_process = process;
s_process = process;
if (ap_mpm_run(pconf, plog, server_conf))
break;

apr_pool_lock(pconf, 0);
}
apr_pool_lock(pconf, 0);
destroy_and_exit_process(process, 0);

return 0; /* Termination 'ok' */
}
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James Blond
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Joined: 19 Jan 2006
Posts: 6628
Location: Germany, Next to Hamburg

PostPosted: Thu 31 Mar '16 12:08    Post subject: Reply with quote

is apache running out of memory? Does apache crash?
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Ishan



Joined: 30 Mar 2016
Posts: 5

PostPosted: Thu 31 Mar '16 16:27    Post subject: Reply with quote

No Apache isn't running out of memory or crashing. But If left for months or years(which is intention for future) with those memory leaks , i think it will create problem.
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