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How do I solve this memory leak

By : Tatiana kovalenko
Date : September 22 2020, 08:00 PM
I wish did fix the issue. Your code assumes in vector::reserve(int n) that arr is null.
Instead maybe spilt up how reserve functions based on whether or not arr is null.
code :
void vector::reserve(int n) {
    if (arr) { //handle case when arr is null
        space += n;
        arr = new int[space];
        //no need to copy anything!
    } else { //handle case when arr is not null
        int* tmp(new int[space + n]);
        for(int i = 0; i < space; i++) {
            tmp[i] = arr[i];
        delete[] arr;
        arr = tmp;
        space += n;

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How to solve a memory leak

By : user5640551
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue If you are not using ARC.
Whenever you return an object from method, Return an autoreleased object:
code :
return [dataViewController autorelease];

How to solve memory leak in Yii framework or PHP, aside from setting the directive of memory limit?

By : cfries
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps It's better to avoid using CActiveRecord instances when processing lot's of data, each instance will use addional memory, using plain arrays can help. Also you need to query data in chunks as follows:
code :
class ImportCommand extends CConsoleCommand
  public function run($args)
      $db  = Yii::app()->db;

      $limit     = 1000;  
      $totalRows = $db->createCommand()

      $n = ceil($totalRows / $limit);
      $k = 0;

      // $fp = fopen(...)

      for($i = 0; $i < $n ; $i++)
          $offset = $i*$limit;
          $list  = $db->createCommand()->from("users")

          foreach($list as $user)
              //process $user here
      // fclose($fp)

Memory Leak Cant Solve it C++

By : TimothyWalsh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further You should call free in your function, to release the memory you allocated with malloc (and re-allocated with realloc).
The problem is that you have several exit points in your function, so you should pay attention to release memory at each exit point.
code :
auto buffer = std::make_unique< BYTE[] >(bufferSize);

Memory Leak, but how can I pass a different context than the one of the activity to solve the Leak?

By : user2115191
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you CommonsWare's answer resolves the first cause of the Activity memory leak, and was a great help in tracking down the second one.
The second cause is that FingerprintManager holds a strong reference to the callback object in FingerprintManager.mAuthenticationCallback and doesn't release it until a different callback object is provided by another authenticate() call.
code :
public static FingerprintManager.AuthenticationCallback EmptyAuthenticationCallback;
    App.EmptyAuthenticationCallback = new FingerprintManager.AuthenticationCallback() {};
private void clearCallbackReference() {
    final String methodName = "clearCallbackReference()";
    // FingerprintManager holds a strong reference to the callback
    //   which in turn holds a strong reference to the Activity
    //   and thus causes the Activity to be leaked.
    // This is a known bug in the FingerprintManager class.
    //   http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=215512
    // And the CancellationSignal object does not clear the callback reference either.
    // To clear it we call authenticate() again and give it a new callback
    //   (created in the application context instead of the Activity context),
    //   and then immediately "fail" the authenticate() call
    //   since we aren't wanting another fingerprint from the user.
    try {
        Log.d(TAG, methodName);
        fingerprintManager.authenticate(null, null, 0, App.EmptyAuthenticationCallback, null);
    catch (Exception ex) {
        // Handle the exception..
public void onAuthenticationSucceeded(FingerprintManager.AuthenticationResult result) {
    final String methodName = "onAuthenticationSucceeded()";
    try {
        Log.d(TAG, methodName + ": Authentication succeeded for Action '" + action + "'.");
        // Do your custom actions here if needed.
    catch (Exception ex) {
        // Handle the exception..
    finally {
finally {
    if (errMsgId != 5 || (canceler != null && canceler.isCanceled()))

window closed event doesn't release memory and resource. How to solve the memory leak in WPF?

By : Xi Rao
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you I have had a simillar problem while using WindowsFormsHost for PictureBox control. The WPF window using WF PictureBox control could not be fully released and that's why i had a regular ~10mb increase everytime i re-opened the subwindow. The problem was solved since i started nulling the WFH object on WPF window closing. Just make sure You clear all the WF controls if You use such.
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