Created attachment 585340 [details] stack quit() shows the attached leak signature on 32-bit debug js shell on m-c changeset d77b056ed4bd on Mac OS X Lion. CLI command: valgrind --dsymutil=yes --leak-check=full ./js Using Valgrind SVN rev 12325: Last Changed Author: florian Last Changed Rev: 12325 Last Changed Date: 2012-01-02 08:12:30 -0800 (Mon, 02 Jan 2012) Configured using: sh ./configure --target=i386-apple-darwin8.0.0 --enable-optimize --disable-debug --enable-profiling --enable-valgrind --disable-tests --enable-type-inference --enable-more-deterministic
Just to confirm, the error also shows with js opt shells.
Well, that seems like a leak in the system libraries, no? I bet you can't repro this on Linux.
Filed in ADC id 10652055. Will the lack of Spidermonkey lines be a clue in deciding that this is a problem with the system libraries?
Uh, as per comment #2, did you check whether you can repro this leak on Linux?
It won't reproduce on Linux, because Linux doesn't have malloc_zone_malloc and the libraries are all Mac-specific. A deeper stack-trace (via --num-callers=50) might be instructive.
> Uh, as per comment #2, did you check whether you can repro this leak on > Linux? Yes, I did, it does not reproduce on 64-bit opt shell w/ Valgrind.
> Yes, I did, it does not reproduce on 64-bit opt shell w/ Valgrind. *does not reproduce on Linux*
I thought I commented on this... maybe the comment was eaten, or maybe I commented in another similar bug. Anyway, that stack trace is all Mac system library stuff beyond our control.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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