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Re: more debugging enabled in rawhide kernels.



On Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 08:08:40PM -0400, Dave Jones wrote:
> In tomorrows rawhide kernel, I've enabled a debugging option
> called kmemleak. As the name suggests, this tracks memory allocations,
> and prints backtraces in cases where the memory is believed to be lost.

As a general comment, I see many backtraces when I run the libguestfs
testsuite.  Most are harmless, in that they don't appear to affect the
running of programs, so I don't report them.  But is it helpful to
report these?  If so how - open BZs for each variation that I see?

Rich.

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