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directoryperdb.js failing on Linux 64 builders

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      Seen so far on DEBUG and DEBUG DUR OFF.

      	
      2013-10-11T13:36:15.744+0000 shell: started program /srv/10gen/mci-exec/mci/git@github.commongodb/mongo.git/master/mongorestore --dbpath /data/db/jstests_disk_directoryper/ --directoryperdb --dir /data/db/jstests_disk_directoryper_external/
      sh12649| 2013-10-11T13:36:15.770+0000 [tools] /data/db/jstests_disk_directoryper_external/directoryperdb/directoryperdb.bson
      sh12649| 2013-10-11T13:36:15.770+0000 [tools] 	going into namespace [directoryperdb.directoryperdb]
      sh12649| memory allocation/deallocation mismatch at 0x7f0fa978c910: allocated with new [] being deallocated with delete
      2013-10-11T13:36:15.888+0000 shell: started program /srv/10gen/mci-exec/mci/git@github.commongodb/mongo.git/master/mongod --port 31000 --dbpath /data/db/jstests_disk_directoryper --noprealloc --smallfiles --oplogSize 40 --nohttpinterface --directoryperdb --bind_ip 127.0.0.1 --setParameter enableTestCommands=1
      2013-10-11T13:36:15.889+0000 warning: Failed to connect to 127.0.0.1, reason: errno:111 Connection refused

      First known failure is a0f00754f2b5292e221cf25ec7024864a34bf294 and last known success is 3c469372db7db7a3ce13c59a85a619108b6adec1.

      Given the allocation/deallocation error and the fact that we're only seeing this on DEBUG builds, I'm assigning to Drew under the guess this is being caused by https://github.com/mongodb/mongo/commit/c5b32e97207bf0edbdf3567eedc9082cdb96b4fb

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