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Detect Memor leak in a perl code!!

 



samsonp81
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Jun 18, 2007, 2:04 AM

Post #1 of 4 (8512 views)
Detect Memor leak in a perl code!! Quote | Reply | Private Reply

hi friends!

i feel my 500 lines perl code has memory leaks which is causing the servers go down again and again.

can anyone help me ?

Sam..


Anonymous
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nazirmails@gmail.com

Dec 17, 2007, 12:02 AM

Post #2 of 4 (8394 views)
Re: [samsonp81] Detect Memor leak in a perl code!! [In reply to] Quote | Reply | Private Reply

I can do it for you. Can you please share the perl code with me?

You can contact me through nazirmailsATgmailDOTcom


Anonymous
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bynari8@gmail.com

Dec 18, 2007, 12:03 PM

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Re: [samsonp81] Detect Memor leak in a perl code!! [In reply to] Quote | Reply | Private Reply

Perl is a dynamically typed language. You don't specify the type or size of variables. This means you won't get memory leaks in Perl. :-)

I'd think carefully before taking on work from random people claiming to fix issues they don't understand.



Regards,
Jeff T. Parsons


KevinR
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Dec 18, 2007, 4:04 PM

Post #4 of 4 (8378 views)
Re: [Anonymous] Detect Memor leak in a perl code!! [In reply to] Quote | Reply | Private Reply


In Reply To
Perl is a dynamically typed language. You don't specify the type or size of variables. This means you won't get memory leaks in Perl. :-)

I'd think carefully before taking on work from random people claiming to fix issues they don't understand.



Regards,
Jeff T. Parsons


Perl programs certainly can have memory leaks. But your advise about trusting strangers is good advise.
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