Process memory leak issue  solaris 10

I have a process which has a memory leak issue. I ran this process on solaris 9 as well as solaris 10. When i run prstat command i get a different output for two. Funny thing is that memory leak noted in solaris 10 is much more than that in solaris 9 e.g if it is 1 MB in solaris 9 then its 4 MB in solaris 10.
What can be possibly causing this ? Is this related to kernel implementation on diff solaris ?

I have a process which has a memory leak issue. I ran this process on solaris 9 as well as solaris 10. When i run prstat command i get a different output for two. Funny thing is that memory leak noted in solaris 10 is much more than that in solaris 9 e.g if it is 1 MB in solaris 9 then its 4 MB in solaris 10.
What can be possibly causing this ? Is this related to kernel implementation on diff solaris ?

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