Closed as program error.
The ebcdic string "CCVT" is leaked each time the method Java_com_ibm_crypto_hdwrCCA_provider_HIKM_SetupCardInformation is called inside the z/OS Java hardware cryptography provider ( IBMJCECCA ). On systems where the IBMJCECCA provider is installed the leak may result in native memory problems. When combined with the Language Environment malloc header, this leak is 12 bytes in size. In a HeapPool environment, the leak may manifest as large numbers of HeapPool extents for the size containing these entries. KEYWORDS: ibmjcecca.jar hdwrCCA SetupCardInformation java memory leak FIXED IN JAVA 6 UNDER APAR IZ95421
If the 4 byte native memory leak is affecting your system, you can revert to the Java software Cryptography Extension provider (IBMJCE). NOTE: This leak does NOT affect Java Heap storage. This is a leak within Language Environment heap memory.
A 4 byte memory leak occurs in the method Java_com_ibm_crypto_hdwrCCA_provider_HIKM_SetupCardInformation() of the IBMJCECCA provider on z/OS.
This defect will be fixed in: 5.0.0 SR12 FP4 . The 4 bytes of memory are no longer dynamically allocated. The memory leak will no longer occur. . To obtain the fix: Install build 20101204 or later
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JAVA 5 Z/OS 31
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JAVA 5 Z/OS 31
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