Subject: Re: [htdig] serious htdig 3.1.5 problems
From: Tim Rightnour (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Mar 02 2000 - 12:44:43 PST
On 02-Mar-00 Geoff Hutchison wrote:
> It looks like somehow it's hitting a memory wall--it tried to
> allocate some memory for this and it couldn't. How early did this
> happen in a run? Is this now a consistent thing? Is there any chance
> that you've run out of RAM?
Well.. it's really impossible to know how early it happened.. but I would guess
it happened about halfway through.
But I have no idea how you could be segfualting just because a malloc failed..
unless you just missed a check somewhere.. ;) I suppose it is possible I ran
out of ram for this user process.. I'll have to look at that possibility.. In
the meantime I'm running it again, to see if I can get the db problem to show
Sigh.. now it just cores out all the time..
#0 0x4015e068 in _GLOBAL_OFFSET_TABLE_ ()
#1 0x4015001f in __errno ()
#2 0x4014dd8a in malloc ()
#3 0x6042f in __builtin_new ()
#4 0x1e0af in WordList::Word (this=0x1c4140, word=0x806e7e0 "littleendian",
location=0, anchor_number=0, weight_factor=150) at WordList.cc:78
#5 0x1d4f4 in DocumentRef::AddDescription (this=0x1b5900,
d=0x1b5800 "Re: am79900.c assumes little-endian processor?")
#6 0xee07 in Retriever::got_href (this=0xbfbfd814, url=@0x1be900,
description=0x1b5800 "Re: am79900.c assumes little-endian processor?")
#7 0x667e in HTML::do_tag (this=0x9d600, retriever=@0xbfbfd814, tag=@0x9d668)
#8 0x5979 in HTML::parse (this=0x9d600, retriever=@0xbfbfd814,
baseURL=@0xc5700) at HTML.cc:315
#9 0xc15d in Retriever::RetrievedDocument (this=0xbfbfd814, doc=@0xc5680,
ref=0x1b5b00) at Retriever.cc:574
#10 0xbd6b in Retriever::parse_url (this=0xbfbfd814, urlRef=@0x2a6e00)
#11 0xb465 in Retriever::Start (this=0xbfbfd814) at Retriever.cc:292
#12 0x13392 in main (ac=1, av=0xbfbfda90) at htdig.cc:254
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