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2011.02.21 19:15, Nguyen Vu Hung rašė:
On Tue, Feb 22, 2011 at 12:15 AM, Rimas Kudelis<>  wrote:
2011.02.21 18:51, Nguyen Vu Hung rašė:
On Sat, Feb 19, 2011 at 10:08 PM, Olivier Hallot
<>    wrote:
On 19-02-2011 13:06, leif wrote:
Hi all,
As I want to use Pootle to translate I experience quite often (e.g.,
now) that Pootle hangs. I can easily access the site and navigate the
lists, but when I want to go into translation mode it hangs for ever.

Leif Lodahl
The Danish Team

Indeed, same situation with me.

I think that at least the search function of pootle leaks (kind of)

By "memory leak", I mean

* The real one
* Some kind of memory management like smart pointer.

So, we have to reboot the *web server* (or even the server) to free up

I am sorry that I don't have time to dig into the problem deeper than what
the intuitive art told me :)
I've just installed Munin onto the server. Hopefully, its graphs will give
us a clue. :)

By the way, Litmus installation on the same server seemed unaffected, so I'm
not too sure where to look yet...
Try to start the server under valgrind, do *something* and/or wait until
server hangs, then stop valgrind.

You will see if is there any memory leaked :))

Nguyen, if Pootle keeps misbehaving, maybe you would have time to look at it? :)


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