Q: howto find xorg leak?
dufresnep at fastmail.fm
Thu Apr 12 22:55:26 UTC 2007
D. Michael McIntyre said:
> Anyway, my bet would be on a video driver. Especially if you're using
> the ATI or the NVIDIA drivers.
> But no, I have no idea how to root out the culprit either.
According to bug #98783:
there is no such xorg memory leak, it is just because of pixmem of
apps using Xorg (like web browsers).
(I guess pixmem means picture memory, whatever it is).
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