[cairo-bugs] [Bug 61280] New: ps self-copy tests never stop allocating memory

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          Priority: medium
            Bug ID: 61280
          Assignee: chris at chris-wilson.co.uk
           Summary: ps self-copy tests never stop allocating memory
        QA Contact: cairo-bugs at cairographics.org
          Severity: normal
    Classification: Unclassified
                OS: All
          Reporter: darxus at chaosreigns.com
          Hardware: Other
            Status: NEW
           Version: 1.12.14
         Component: general
           Product: cairo

15:08 < Darxus>   PID USER      PR  NI  VIRT  RES  SHR S  %CPU %MEM    TIME+ 
15:08 < Darxus>  7788 darxus    20   0 5957m 5.0g  480 D  12.3 64.3   0:55.70
15:08 < ickle> ps self-copy
15:08 < Darxus> Yah, should it be taking 5.9gb ram?
15:08 < ickle> manages to circumvent our timers and limits
15:09 < Darxus> 7248m
15:09 < ickle> if you converted every quantum state in the universe and
converted it to a bit, you would still not have enough
15:09 < Darxus> Eh?
15:10 < Darxus> 10.4g, out of 8gb physical.
15:11 < Darxus> So should I kill it?
15:11 < ickle> yes
15:12 < Darxus> 12.9g, killed.  So what's up with that?  Should it be disabled
so it's safe to run make check?

Tests include:
self-copy-overlap.ps2.argb32 [0]:
self-copy-overlap.ps3.argb32 [0]:

I believe the commit I saw this with last night was
446a3dc5c0298e35b9a1e38460bc3804ab6e01ce but it's not very new.

Built with: ./autogen.sh --prefix=$installdir --enable-gl --enable-xcb

Can these at least be disabled so it's safe to run make check?

Cairo from git is reporting 1.12.15.  There doesn't appear to be an appropriate
option the the Version field for this bug.

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