On Nov 23, 2010, at 8:22 AM, Harald Kuhr wrote:
> Hi guys,
> In my day job project I keep a Tomcat instance in the background (started from the console), running some boring old web applications. When I got home, I kept the Tomcat instance running, but started working on a hobby project (completely different code base). Now, all of a sudden, this message has started popping up in the Tomcat log (!), every time I run a Java program from IDEA:
> java[4457:60f] *** __NSAutoreleaseNoPool(): Object 0x16d00f160 of class NSConcreteMapTableValueEnumerator autoreleased with no pool in place - just leaking
> Does anyone know what the casuse of this is? Is the bug ever reported, or should I..? Will it cause problems? At the moment it's only annoying, but I don't know if it might cause problems for long running apps.
> A similar issue has been discussed on the webobjects-dev list, but no conclusion was found; http://lists.apple.com/archives/webobjects-dev/2010/Jun/thrd4.html#00362
If you can reproduce this on demand, please attach to the process with gdb (before it happens), and set a breakpoint on __NSAutoreleaseNoPool. If you can provide a backtrace from gdb about the origin of this leak, please attach it to a new bug at <http://bugreporter.apple.com>: it would be very helpful information.
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