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boccio
02-05-2008, 10:54 AM
We managed to discover a reason for memory leaks in 4.0.2 version. They are caused by PHP garbage collector bug (reference: http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=33595&edit=1). This bug is fixed only in PHP 5.3 version, which leaves us with no options but to re-implement manual destructors across entire Vivvo software.

Due to this the release of 4.0.3 patch will be slightly postponed, with 4.0.3 beta2 coming by the end of this week (hopefully, if we finish all fixes and testing). I strongly recommend everyone experiencing problems with memory leaks, slowdowns, and “memory size exhausted” errors to apply this patch as soon as we release it.

kaesar30
02-05-2008, 04:47 PM
Hi,

It's possible to use a previous version without this issue?. For example 4.0v until the patch will finished?.

I'm only able to download 4.0.1 and I think this version have the same issue.

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theodore
02-18-2008, 04:27 PM
We managed to discover a reason for memory leaks in 4.0.2 version. They are caused by PHP garbage collector bug (reference: http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=33595&edit=1). This bug is fixed only in PHP 5.3 version, which leaves us with no options but to re-implement manual destructors across entire Vivvo software.

Due to this the release of 4.0.3 patch will be slightly postponed, with 4.0.3 beta2 coming by the end of this week (hopefully, if we finish all fixes and testing). I strongly recommend everyone experiencing problems with memory leaks, slowdowns, and “memory size exhausted” errors to apply this patch as soon as we release it.

I have apply the 4.0.3 beta2 patch, a week now, but unfortunately the problem with CPU memory leak is not fixed.:(
i uses PHP 5.2.5 amd MySql 4.1.22
could the above problem related to PHP and MySQL versions ?