Description of problem:
Left my VM running overnight and my kerberos ticket expired. When I connected back in the morning, krb5-auth-dialog was using 188 MB or RES memory. Similarly, on another occasion, it shot up to 30+ MB of RES. On a system where I don't do this (i.e. leave the session alone so that ticket expires), I get around 10 MB of RES memory used and it never changes.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
When ticket expires and nobody act on it.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Leave your session running and do not renew the ticket for a while by providing the password to krb5-auth-dialog.
Should not leak memory.
Left it overnight again. Ticket expired and I now have krb5-auth-dialog using 153 MB of RES memory. Actually, make that 154 - I just allocated another MB.
Yep, in just a few minutes it went from 10 MB RES to 36 MB RES on ticket expiry.
It happened again, up to 61 MB RES after ticket expired.
The time between ticket expiry and renewal is important. The more time passes, the bigger the memory leak.
This has been fixed upstream. Could you please have a look at the bug report there and apply the fix.
Can we please get 0.16 in F-13 as well, now that it's been released?
Tested overnight with an expired ticket and ss far as I can see, leaks have been fixed here: http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=183791
Please push to updates.
I've been using the above Koji build of 0.16 for a while. It is working well, and I see no obvious memory leaks. Please push this (or 0.17, released today) to updates.
Ping... it's been a month since my last comment. Any word on this?
0.16.2 release (rebuilt on my own for F-11) is working here fine as well. Please push to updates. IMHO it's important to get this fixed.
(In reply to comment #10)
> 0.16.2 release (rebuilt on my own for F-11) is working here fine as well.
> Please push to updates. IMHO it's important to get this fixed.
Yes, please push to updates. Without the update, this thing eats memory like there is no tomorrow.
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