MEMORY LEAK: netstat.c 0.96

MEMORY LEAK: netstat.c 0.96

Post by Tim Bas » Wed, 19 Apr 1995 04:00:00



netstat -tc has a memory leak.  Here is the  version running here:

linux[\63]/bin> strings netstat | more

Anyone knows who is keeper of this code or a newer, less leaky
version?

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1. 0.96 available from kirk

I have forced a mirror of the tsx-11.mit.edu source area to pick up the
0.96 sources.  They are now available from kirk in

        pub/OS/Linux/sources/system/linux-0.96.tar.Z

The rest of the tree (including the distribution from nic.funet.fi) will
happen tonight as usual.  If something you require from the new
distribution isn't on kirk yet, please wait until tomorrow (ie. after
the scheduled mirror processes).

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2. <string.h>?

3. 0.96 praise

4. Indent source code and vgrind

5. HD corruption with new 0.96 kernel

6. ip_masq_ftp and ipchains

7. gcc 2.101 for linux 0.96, please read this

8. 3com 3C503...Any luck?

9. mj-release: New rootimage 0.96-2

10. Upgrade SLS 0.96 to SLS 0.98

11. top (procps-0.97) is broken (0.96 OK)

12. 0.96 works great for me!

13. 0.96 uploaded