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Request memory leak

From: Mikhail Grouchinski <mgrouch@USA.NET>
Date: 4 Mar 99 18:17:31 EST
Message-ID: <19990304231731.28648.qmail@www0j.netaddress.usa.net>
To: www-lib@w3.org
I've found where we loose 16 bytes after a successful request.

Each request creates a new HTNet object and these objects are stored in a
hash.

These 16 bytes are entry of a hash array (HTList*) type.
If I set the size of a hash for HTNet objects to 1 there is no memory loosing.

So that it is actually not a memory leak since it is restricted
by the HT_XL_HASH_SIZE.

This shouldn't be a problem! 

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