v.digit memory faults and core dumps
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Tue, 12 May 1992 13:44:59 CDT
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> Subject: v.digit memory faults and core dumps
> lately we have been encountering a few problems running v.digit
> at least two or three times a day it will get a memory fault error
> and core dump.
> The file is rather intensive with a lot of polygons and label points
> but the dig file is only 1.03 megs and the _plus and _att files are considerably
> smaller than that.
> the machine that these files are on currently has approx 230 megs of swap
> and ample disk space for the dig files.
> is there anything we can do to help alleviate these problems.
> Thanks for your time
> Tom Nelson
> C.O.E Fort Worth
I tried replying privately, but it bounced. Here is the text of the message:
Could you send me a copy of the digit file in question and some info
on what you are doing when it crashes? Also what type of a machine this
is on. Which digitizer driver it crashes with.
US Army Construction Engineering Research Lab
Spatial Analysis & Systems Team
(217) 352-6511 x591