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hi:

sorry the code is not clean. I have modify it. to run it please use the procedure below:

1. use "memory-leak.pl -i" to install the "memory-leak" service to windows.

2. use windows gui to start the service or use command "net start memory-leak" to start the service.

3. use windows gui to watch the "perl.exe" process memory status.

4. after testing. use windows gui to stop the service or use command "net stop memory leak" to stop the service.

5. use "memory-leak.pl -r" to remove the service.


In reply to Re^2: Win32::Daemon memory leak by tbsky
in thread win32::daemon memory leak by tbsky

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