I’ve done already reg_tx_done() && tx_done.
Also I’m using the allocation function that you mentioned too.
any more ideas?
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“Sreekanth” <email@example.com> wrote in message
May be you have taken care of it but let me confirm.Are you calling
reg_tx_done() ? You are responsible for deallocating the packet when it is
transmitted out.I had faced this problem once.Make sure you have to have
reg_tx_done() call for a corresponding alloc_down/up_npkt().In the
rx_done.You might even try to post the code snippet here so that people
figure out any problems.
Hope it helps
“Benzy Gabay” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
news:9vqha8$l7g$> email@example.com> …
I suspect that my network driver has memory leaks.
I read about malloc_g, but, it looks like malloc_g can replace the
and not the
- am i right?
- is there any tool to check memory leaks for allocation made from the
io_net_self_t allocation functions?