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Handle leak in uleng10

3 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2007-10-03 18:42:48.0Z
Priyesh Posted on 2007-10-02 20:34:14.0Z
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version 10.0.1.3488, Windows XP Professional

When uleng10 is running, the windows taskmanager shows handle counts going
up by one per refresh. This is when the eng is running and connected to a
database. The command line utility dbisql was used to start the engine.
There are no queries running, just a connected database.

Priyesh


Chris Keating (Sybase iAnywhere) Posted on 2007-10-02 23:15:11.0Z
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I do not see this in 10.0.1.3559.

Priyesh wrote:
> version 10.0.1.3488, Windows XP Professional
>
> When uleng10 is running, the windows taskmanager shows handle counts going
> up by one per refresh. This is when the eng is running and connected to a
> database. The command line utility dbisql was used to start the engine.
> There are no queries running, just a connected database.
>
> Priyesh
>
>


Priyesh Posted on 2007-10-03 18:42:48.0Z
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Chris,

FYI this is a confirmed bug in 10.0.1.3488. I had a support case on an
unrelated issue and got reply that build 3550 fixed this. Which is why you
didnt see it in 3559.

Priyesh

"Chris Keating (Sybase iAnywhere)" <keating_spam_free@ianywhere.com> wrote
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>I do not see this in 10.0.1.3559.
>
> Priyesh wrote:
>> version 10.0.1.3488, Windows XP Professional
>>
>> When uleng10 is running, the windows taskmanager shows handle counts
>> going up by one per refresh. This is when the eng is running and
>> connected to a database. The command line utility dbisql was used to
>> start the engine. There are no queries running, just a connected
>> database.
>>
>> Priyesh