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Old 11-19-2012, 07:41 AM   #292
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Originally Posted by eureka View Post
I guess, memWarnLevel value is processed by /usr/lib/libappmgr.so library. Looking at strings, contained at that library, I think it sends LIPC event appMemoryAboveWarnLevel, when app's memory consumption reaches memWarnLevel value.

Nope, sorry. Maybe your problem isn't memory leaks anyway. I was just speculating.
Perhaps your application is supposed to catch that event and do something about it.
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