> AZ 9901 :
>> Make an infinite loop with no fork, and look at the memory usage.
>> Then, make an infinite loop with one fork and look at the memory
>> I really hope a solution will be found one day
> Argh! And I really like CygWin, so I was hoping to learn that this is
> (Of course I could start uninstalling BLODA programs, but it's a fairly
> inconvenient solution.)
> Maybe I'll just write a C program or Perl script to do the same thing.
> A Perl script won't run into the same forking issue, will it?
> (Assuming I use a Perl library to get the MD5 hash, rather than calling
> out to execute md5sum?)
Yes using a library it should be OK !
Using "system" to call md5sum will give you the bad fork effect.