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Re: Memory leaks when used as a shared library

August 02, 2015 10:31AM
Hi, Maxim,

Thanks for your reply!
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> Well, the answer is simple: nginx is not designed to be a shared
> library. If you want to convert it to be one, it's you who are
> responsible for cleaning up various global allocations.
>

You're right.
But for module developers who use valgrind there are maybe some confusion, the built-in core modules also have "memory leaks" , despite the fact that those are not real leaks because OS will free them after nginx master/worker processes exit.

Regards.
Xfeep
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