[rrd-users] Anyone using RRDJNI of Dave Neitz?

Henriette.Harmse at za.didata.com Henriette.Harmse at za.didata.com
Fri Jan 24 14:34:06 MET 2003

Hi All,

I am experiencing a problem when using RRDJNI to draw graphs. Doing one
graph call is fine but do more than one graph call (in a loop), causes the
VM to crash. The second time it fails in the native code where the calloc is
done in initArgs. That as far as I know means the memory has not been freed
properly. I have looked over the code but can not find anything conclusive.

I just would like to know whether there is anyone out there who has perhaps
experienced the same problem. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated!

Thanks for time

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