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In fact, the code:

delete $machines{+shift};

is from the original author of FSA::Rules. I just added the debug messages and the Devel::FindRef.

You were right about your guess: I moved the usage of Devel::FindRef to the scope of ListParser class and could get the message:

FSA::Rules=HASH(0x31cc818) [refcount 13] is +- referenced by REF(0x31d8740) [refcount 1], which is | the member 'machine' of HASH(0x31cc788) [refcount 1],

Later, in the DESTROY, Devel::FindRef gave me the same HASH address.

After a fair amount of time checking the code of FSA::Rules, I got this (I pasted only the interesting parts):

my (%machines, %states); sub new { my $class = shift; my $self = bless {}, $class; my $fsa = $machines{$self} = { done => undef, notes => {}, stack => [], table => {}, self => $self, }; $def->{name} = $state; $def->{machine} = $self; $fsa->{table}{$state} = $obj; push @{$fsa->{ord}}, $obj; $states{$obj} = $def;

I created a new method to loop over %machines and %states and setting the references to the FSA::Rules object to undef. and invoked it at the end of parse method from ListParser.

After that, I could finally get the object termination in the moment that I want:

freeing myself after cleanup FSA::Rules=HASH(0x214e718) [refcount 1] is referenced by REF(0x1a30bc8) [refcount 1], which is the lexical '$fsa' in CODE(0x1a30958) [refcount 3], which is the global &Siebel::Srvrmgr::ListParser::parse. finished free method destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x215a658) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x215a550) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x215a430) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x215a310) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x215a1f0) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x215a0d0) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x2159fb0) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x2159e90) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x2159d58) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x2159c50) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x214e910) FSA::Rules is dead freeing myself after cleanup FSA::Rules=HASH(0x215c148) [refcount 1] is referenced by REF(0x1a30bc8) [refcount 1], which is the lexical '$fsa' in CODE(0x1a30958) [refcount 3], which is the global &Siebel::Srvrmgr::ListParser::parse. finished free method destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x214e5e0) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x214da28) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x1a97978) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x215bed8) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x2130628) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x2137b50) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x214e508) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x215bcf8) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x2137a48) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x2141cf8) destroying FSA::State=HASH(0x2127788) FSA::Rules is dead ListParser is gone End of program daemon is gone


Alceu Rodrigues de Freitas Junior
"You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life." - Sir Winston Churchill

In reply to Re^2: Missing reference and memory leak by glasswalk3r
in thread Missing reference and memory leak by glasswalk3r

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