Advanced: Find memory leaks in Rspamd
A quick guide to deeply analyze a malfunctioning Rspamd.
docker-compose exec rspamd-mailcow bash if ! grep -qi 'apt-stable-asan' /etc/apt/sources.list.d/rspamd.list; then sed -i 's/apt-stable/apt-stable-asan/i' /etc/apt/sources.list.d/rspamd.list fi apt-get update ; apt-get upgrade rspamd nano /docker-entrypoint.sh # Before "exec "$@"" add the following lines: export G_SLICE=always-malloc export ASAN_OPTIONS=new_delete_type_mismatch=0:detect_leaks=1:detect_odr_violation=0:log_path=/tmp/rspamd-asan:quarantine_size_mb=2048:malloc_context_size=8:fast_unwind_on_malloc=0
docker-compose restart rspamd-mailcow
Your memory consumption will increase by a lot, it will also steadily grow, which is not related to a possible memory leak you are looking for.
Leave the container running for a few minutes, hours or days (it should match the time you usually wait for the leak to "happen") and restart it:
docker-compose restart rspamd-mailcow.
Now enter the container by running
docker-compose exec rspamd-mailcow bash, change the directory to /tmp and copy the asan Files to your desired location or upload them via termbin.com (
cat /tmp/rspamd-asan.* | nc termbin.com 9999).