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Re: [lwip-users] pbuf leak for HTTP POST

From: Becker Markus
Subject: Re: [lwip-users] pbuf leak for HTTP POST
Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2014 14:27:12 +0200

> Becker Markus wrote:
> > we've had a pbuf leak of the PBUF_POOL when using the httpserver_raw
> > [..]
> >
> > Our fix was in
> > [..]
> > to add
> > pbuf_free(*inp);
> > just before just before line 1479
> > *inp = NULL;
> > So that the incoming packet is actually freed, which I think
> Can you check the current git version of the httpd? I discovered this
> some weeks ago and hopefully, it's fixed in git. I'd be glad to hear
> test it, as the POST code does not seem to be too widely used, or is

I am using 47ab4b0f988def2a8635f9bdea2886757830af26 . The change in
878b4dbc52ad2fa163180ddc446bdbb65fcdfa39 might actually be what I have
changed as well. I will test this a bit later.

Thanks for the confirmation,

> Simon
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