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From:Alex Burton Date:October 3 2006 1:36am
Subject:mysql++ memory usage
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I have a simple logging application that needs to be able to run unattended and reliably
for as long as possible. 

The memory that it uses is increasing as it runs.

Here is an simplified example that reproduces the problem.

int main()
		while (true)
			Connection c;
			Query q = c.query();
			q << "INSERT INTO table_name (field_1 , field_2) VALUES ( 1 , 2 ) ;";

This memory usage of this program gradually rises over time, and has reached tens of

It makes no difference if I move the connection out of the loop.

I don't think that it is a memory 'leak' as leak detectors can't find any leaks.

Is this normal ?

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