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Old 05-09-2006, 05:09 AM   #1
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memory leak in stl_hashtable

#ifndef	__RDHASHTABLE_H__
#define	__RDHASHTABLE_H__

#include "ext/stl_hashtable.h"
#include "iostream"

#pragma GCC system_header

using namespace	std;
using namespace	__gnu_cxx;

//set for storeLogic
struct dataCStruct {
	time_t timestamp;
	unsigned char srcip[4];
	unsigned char dstip[4];
	int bytes;

struct dataCAndKeyStruct {
	dataCStruct* dataC;
	char* key;

struct GetKey {char* operator()(dataCAndKeyStruct dataCKey) const {return dataCKey.key;}};

struct EqualKey	{bool operator()(char* key1, char* key2) const {return strcmp(key1, key2) == 0;}};

extern GetKey getKey;
extern EqualKey equalKey;
extern hash<char*> rdHashFunc;

typedef	hashtable<dataCAndKeyStruct, char*, hash<char*>, GetKey, EqualKey> rdHashtable;
typedef _Hashtable_iterator<dataCAndKeyStruct, char*,  hash<char*>, GetKey, EqualKey, std::__alloc> rdIt;


#define RDHASHTABLE() rdHashtable(RDHASHBUCKETCOUNT,rdHashFunc,equalKey,getKey);

that is the main code. later, i new a rdHashtable, and
malloc many dataCAndKeyStruct with dataCStruct and key , and insert those dataCAndKeyStruct into rdHashtable. all is ok, but when delete rdHashtable, the memory of key can't be free.
oh, god.

i do the free of dataCStruct myself, but when i free the key, there is a core dump.

i am on fedora core 2.



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