Looks like the garbage collection is not triggered in time.
Not really :)
Is there some way I can enforce garbage collection?
Have you faced such a problem?
Yes, I have created circular references that leaked memory, once I fixed my mistakes the problem went away
Read all about it, I did, and it improved my code tremendously :)
Tutorials: Variable Scoping in Perl: the basics,
Coping with Scoping , Mini-Tutorial: Perl's Memory Management,
Lexical scoping like a fox,
Read this if you want to cut your development time in half!,
Closure on Closures , perlref#Circular References,
Memory leaks and circular references,
Circular references and Garbage collection.,
make perl release memory,
about memory management , Re^3: Scope of lexical variables in the main script , Re: What's the weaken here for?,
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