XPACleanup(3) release reserved XPA memory


#include <xpa.h>
void XPACleanup(void);


When XPA is initialized, it allocates a small amount of memory for the access control list, temp directory path, and reserved commands. This memory is found by valgrind to be ``still reachable'', meaning that ``your program didn't free some memory it could have''. Calling the XPACleanup() routine before exiting the program will free this memory and make valgrind happy.