I have the current Workshop C++/Intel, I
don't see an "About" button, but it's the one
that's been available for the last six months
or a year. I think it's version 5.
I'm trying to use the memory leak report.
I'm having trouble getting what I want from it.
The report looks like this:
Actual leaks report (actual leaks: 56 total size: 252
Memory Leak (mel):
Found 56 leaked blocks with total size 252 bytes
At time of each allocation, the call stack was:
operator new<-operator new
Possible leaks report (possible leaks: 0 total size: 0
This is the detailed report with "Show new leaks".
I have a breakpoint at the end of each transaction,
and each transaction builds a large linked list and
then disposes of most of it. But I'm loosing a
consistent 252 or 254 bytes each time. There will
be thousands of transactions a day, this application
needs to be 24 X 7. So loosing a meg of memory a
day isn't going to work.
I guest I'd just like to see a little more detail
on the callstack than "operator new<-operator new".
That's not telling me enough about where I'm blowing
One possible problem is that I can't build the
source browser database. sbquery consistently cores
out, so I don't bother running it.
Another problem is that I haven't used the memory
leak report before, perhaps I'm not using it properly.