Leaking HTTP requests (was: RE: [Zope] Leaking Acquisition.Im plic itAcquirerWrapper)

Chris McDonough chrism at plope.com
Fri May 14 17:43:12 EDT 2004

On Fri, 2004-05-14 at 17:23, Jean-Francois.Doyon at CCRS.NRCan.gc.ca wrote:
> Dieter,
> Argh, I don't even see the problem in your example :( (I'm having a bad
> day!)
> I'll leave the iste running throught the week-end and we'll see what shows
> up.
> "high" refcounts is somewhat arbitrary I guess ... When you say high you
> mean
> high and stable or high and growing?
> Right now, the only suspect class as far as refcounts (Other than the HTTP
> requests) is the DateTime one.  I have some content ones that look high,
> but then they're highly used (CMFImage for example).

Every persistent Zope object holds a reference to a datetime
(bobobase_modification_time), so if you leak any persistent objects, the
datetime refcount will also increase.  So this isn't unexpected if an
acquisition wrapper leaks.

- C

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