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Memory Leak Observed While Deleting Accounts (Doc ID 2582952.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 30, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 7.5.0.22.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Noticed memory leak while deleting accounts using pin_del_closed_accts utility.Leak was caught while running memory tool.

 

After analyzing, found memory leak in fm_cust_delete_objects_in_bulk (fm_cust.so).

==12939== 1,264 (288 direct, 976 indirect) bytes in 1 blocks are definitely lost in loss record 420 of 560

==12939== at 0x4007FBB: malloc (vg_replace_malloc.c:308)

==12939== by 0x40952E2: pcmmem_malloc_flisthdr (in BRM_HOME/lib/libcmpin.so)

==12939== by 0x40C5947: pin_flist_create_with_size (in BRM_HOME/lib/libcmpin.so)

==12939== by 0x40C5AA4: pin_flist_create (in BRM_HOME/lib/libcmpin.so)

==12939== by 0x6096298: fm_cust_delete_objects_in_bulk (in BRM_HOME/lib/fm_cust.so)

==12939== by 0x60986F1: fm_cust_delete_journals (in BRM_HOME/lib/fm_cust.so)

==12939== by 0x609B5DB: op_cust_delete_acct (in BRM_HOME/lib/fm_cust.so)

==12939== by 0x41C2251: cm_custom (in BRM_HOME/lib/libcm_main.so)

==12939== by 0x41C4C9E: cm_child (in BRM_HOME/lib/libcm_main.so)

==12939== by 0x41CF2E3: mainThread (in BRM_HOME/lib/libcm_main.so)

==12939== by 0x80487DD: main (in BRM_HOME/bin/cm_batch)

==12939==

{

<insert_a_suppression_name_here>

Memcheck:Leak

match-leak-kinds: definite

fun:malloc

fun:pcmmem_malloc_flisthdr

fun:pin_flist_create_with_size

fun:pin_flist_create

fun:fm_cust_delete_objects_in_bulk

fun:fm_cust_delete_journals

fun:op_cust_delete_acct

fun:cm_custom

fun:cm_child

fun:mainThread

fun:main

}

Changes

 

Cause

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