Chapter 57. Compiler and Tools
Memory consumption of applications using libcurl grows with each TLS connection
Network Security Services(NSS)
PK11_DestroyGenericObject()function does not release resources allocated by
PK11_CreateGenericObject()early enough. Consequently, the memory allocated by applications using the libcurl package can grow with each TLS connection.
- Re-use existing TLS connections where possible or
- Use certificates and keys from the
NSSdatabase instead of loading them from files directly using libcurl (BZ#1510247)
perf can not sample events on 2nd generation Intel Xeon Phi processors when NMI watchdog is disabled
CPU_CLK_UNHALTEDmay fail on 2nd generation Intel Xeon Phi processors. As a consequence, the
perftools fail to receive any samples when the NMI watchdog is disabled. To work around this problem, enable NMI watchdog before running the
echo 1 > /proc/sys/kernel/nmi_watchdog ... operf some_examined_program opreport ...