[svlug] Debugging memory problems

Matt Billenstein mbillens at one.net
Tue Jan 15 18:11:01 PST 2002

You can also try compiling with g++ on your Sun box to see if you get any
weird behavior.



Matt Billenstein
mbillens (at) one (dot) net

----- Original Message -----
From: "Sanatan Rai" <sanat at stanford.edu>
To: <svlug at svlug.org>
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 5:10 PM
Subject: [svlug] Debugging memory problems

| Hi,
| I have a simulation that runs quite well on Sun machines running
| Solaris (various).  However it seg-faults while reading some data files on
| x86. I had the same problem with Win2000 and g++ and Linux (SULinux/RH7.x)
| + g++, so it seems to me that the problem has something to do with the
| architecture. I am at a loss as to how to find the exact problem.
| I have tried libsafe, and it hasn't come up with anything. My own
| guess is that my routines hog too much memory, but as it doesn't seem to
| be a problem on the Suns, and I would like confirmation before I change
| anything, I am loath to tinker with them just yet.
| I get clean compiles on all systems, except for some warnings
| about non-ANSI features when pedantic mode is on.
| Any suggestions?
| Thanks!
| --Sanatan
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