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Old 11-04-2008, 04:57 AM   #1
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Angry how to understand valgrind output?

i am facing the problems in understanding the output of valgrind generated to my app in ruby on rails.. help me out pls. How to figure out where it is leaking.;

336 bytes in 13 blocks are definitely lost in loss record 11 of 24
==5583== at 0x4021B8E: realloc (vg_replace_malloc.c:429)
==5583== by 0x8072364: ruby_xrealloc (gc.c:142)
==5583== by 0x808E07B: local_append (parse.y:5647)
==5583== by 0x80910A9: assignable (parse.y:4900)
==5583== by 0x8096308: ruby_yyparse (parse.y:844)
==5583== by 0x809E35B: yycompile (parse.y:2605)
==5583== by 0x80B3E05: load_file (ruby.c:943)
==5583== by 0x8069A90: rb_load (eval.c:6851)
==5583== by 0x8069F24: rb_require_safe (eval.c:7213)
==5583== by 0x805F75A: rb_call0 (eval.c:5815)
==5583== by 0x80603D0: rb_call (eval.c:6062)
==5583== by 0x805DE7A: rb_eval (eval.c:3462)
==5583== by 0x806AF2C: ruby_exec_internal (eval.c:1608)
==5583== by 0x806AF65: ruby_exec (eval.c:1628)
==5583== by 0x806AF8F: ruby_run (eval.c:1638)
==5583== 35,560 bytes in 911 blocks are possibly lost in loss record 20 of 24
==5583== at 0x4021AB8: malloc (vg_replace_malloc.c:207)
==5583== by 0x8071F0

Last edited by santoshturamari; 11-04-2008 at 11:32 PM. Reason: to mention ruby on rails app



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