[Oisf-users] 2.0.5 Memory Leak ?

Jay M. jskier at gmail.com
Fri Jan 16 21:29:17 UTC 2015

It is my understanding that both versions are checked for memory leaks
and there aren't any.

Any additional insight on the rules (quantity, set) you are using?
Hardware, OS, and kernel?

Also, as Andreas pointed out, I put in an issue for the reload call
memory issue (apparently it's fragmentation, not a leak). My solution
is to restart suricata at off-peak hours a couple times a day for the
time being, instead of reloading.

jskier at gmail.com

On Fri, Jan 16, 2015 at 1:46 PM, Phil Daws <uxbod at splatnix.net> wrote:
> Hello:
> any known issues with 2.0.5 and memory leaks ? have had to restart Suricata a few times as swap was consumed and it stopped responding; am running inline mode.  Once it was restarted all was fine.
> Thanks, Phil
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