[Swan-dev] tools for detecting NSS object leaks
D. Hugh Redelmeier
hugh at mimosa.com
Thu Feb 14 20:46:53 UTC 2019
| From: Andrew Cagney <andrew.cagney at gmail.com>
| The awk script:
| was written to track NSS pointers. It assumes that they are
| debug-logged in a consistent way. Invoke it as:
That looks useful.
| hmm, bit-root.
I don't know where this is documented. I didn't know/remember it. So
I could have contributed to the bit rot.
Could you document this?
I put some tentative bits as comments in the script itself.
I suspect that we should encapsulate this in logging functions so that
it gets done consistently. This encapsulation would serve as a form of
To some extent reference_symkey and release_symkey do this but I don't
think that there's one for a new symkey.
Could this script be useful and cheap enough to run after each test on
each Pluto log?
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