[Bug 302969] Re: Samba 3.2.3 has a memory leak that vanishes by upgrading to 3.2.5

ivelo mark.temple at gmail.com
Sun Nov 30 19:48:06 GMT 2008


There is not problem on the Ubuntu 8.10 server with Samba
3.2.3-1Ubuntu... and network mounted shares. However, that system is not
using shares accessed by Vmware 6.5.1 and Windows XP. In my opinion
there is still a problem with Samba 3.2.3-1Ubuntu... in the workstation
context where Vmware shares are concerned. I believe that when
Vmware/Windows XP mounts shares from Samba 3.2.3-1Ubuntu a memory leak
occurs. This memory leak does not occur with the same context and Samba
3.2.5 installed. I do not have the resources to give greater details to
this problem, but for me, in the latter context, I cannot use Samba
3.2.3-1Ubuntu... without having a memory leak problem.

Jamie Strandboge wrote:
> Mark,
> Based on your last comment, it seems that this should be marked 'Fix
> Released'. Can you confirm?

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