[Arm-netbook] A10 Memory Behavior.
piyush.pv at gmail.com
Mon Sep 17 18:04:35 BST 2012
Thanks & Regards
On 17-Sep-2012, at 8:10 PM, Iain Bullard <iain.bullard at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 17 September 2012 15:30, Piyush Verma <piyush.pv at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
> Recently I was facing big issue of memory leak with video player. I did lots of testing and here is my test results as below.
> Play 25mb video with CedarPlayer.
> Sr No Test Free Memory (MB) Action After Execution Free Memory (MB)
> 1 Playing Video Approx 302 M/M loosing continously 302 – File Size
> 2 Replay Video 302 – File Size M/M not loosing No Loss (302 – File Size)
> 3 Copy File From scp command Approx 302 M/M loosing continously 302 – File Size
> 4 Playing Video after scp command 302 – File Size M/M not loosing No Loss (302 – File Size)
> 5 Downloading any file from Internet Approx 302 M/M loosing continously 302 – File Size
> 6 write simple prog that allocate m/m from melloc and then free that m/m Approx 302 M/M not loosing Approx 302
> 7 Replay the Video 302 – File Size Full M/M is allocated to the prog at the starting that is equal to file size 302 – File Size (No Leak)
> If something not getting clear from above please let me know.
> Waiting for suggestion to identify Issue
Thanks for comment.
> What does M/M Stand for?
Sorry that's simply memory
> How are you measuring the free/available memory?
Using top command.
> I've thought that there was a kernel memory leak with older versions of the libve driver - which resulted in the system eventually crashing.
I also think so but how come memory leak in busybox wget & scp command ?
> However, with the CedarXTestPlayer and the more recent video decode demos (which I think you have now) I have not been able to reproduce the issue.
If u want I can publish all issue set kernel with test program.
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