wu's finishing crash wu's still in progress

Hawkeye
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Topic 188285

Hello to all.
Could use some direction. My computer has completed 34 wu's. 11 of them have generated client errors.
The errors coincide with the successfull completion of a wu. The #1 and #26 errors were identical as follows:
4.19
- exit code -1073741674 (0xc0000096)

1
0

***UNHANDLED EXCEPTION****
Reason: Privileged Instruction (0xc0000096) at address 0x77E538A6

1: 02/23/05 20:02:54
1: f:\vs70builds\3077\vc\crtbld\crt\src\malloc.c(212) +0 bytes (_heap_alloc)
1: f:\vs70builds\3077\vc\crtbld\crt\src\malloc.c(113) +0 bytes (_nh_malloc)
1: f:\vs70builds\3077\vc\crtbld\crt\src\malloc.c(54) +15 bytes (malloc)
1: c:\cygwin\cfswin\4_65\lal\packages\std\src\lalmalloc.c(643) +10 bytes (LALMallocLong)
1: c:\cygwin\cfswin\4_65\lal\packages\factories\src\vectorfactories.c(573) +19 bytes (XLALCreateREAL8Vector)
1: c:\cygwin\cfswin\4_65\lal\packages\factories\src\vectorfactories.c(612) +6 bytes (LALDCreateVector)
1: c:\cygwin\cfswin\4_79\lalapps\src\pulsar\fds_isolated\computefstatistic.c(2594) +12 bytes (EstimateFLines)
1: c:\cygwin\cfswin\4_79\lalapps\src\pulsar\fds_isolated\computefstatistic.c(729) +10 bytes (boincmain)
1: SymGetLineFromAddr(): GetLastError = 126

The most common error shows up on result numbers, 3, 12, 14 and 30. This is it:
4.19
- exit code -164 (0xffffff5c)

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0

Level 0: $Id: ComputeFStatistic.c,v 1.232 2005/02/11 17:03:16 ballen Exp $
Function call `EstimateFLines(stat)' failed.
file ComputeFStatistic.c, line 729

Level 1: $Id: ComputeFStatistic.c,v 1.232 2005/02/11 17:03:16 ballen Exp $
Status code -1: Recursive error
function EstimateFLines, file ComputeFStatistic.c, line 2683

Level 2: $Id: clusters.c,v 1.15 2005/01/03 16:36:02 bema Exp $
Status code 3: Out of memory
function DetectClusters, file clusters.c, line 159
BOINC_ERR_EXIT: now calling boinc_finish()

***UNHANDLED EXCEPTION****
Reason: Access Violation (0xc0000005) at address 0x77F581D3 read attempt to address 0x7FEDF0A4

Does this look like a software memory management problem or a bad stick of ram??? I have 2 - 512mb sticks in this unit. If I remove one what needs to be done to update the BOINC info?? This is my first venture into a project like this.

TIA

Hawkeye

Bruce Allen
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wu's finishing crash wu's still in progress

> Level 2: $Id: clusters.c,v 1.15 2005/01/03 16:36:02 bema Exp $
> Status code 3: Out of memory
>
> Does this look like a software memory management problem or a bad stick of
> ram??? I have 2 - 512mb sticks in this unit. If I remove one what needs to be
> done to update the BOINC info?? This is my first venture into a project like
> this.

Your system ran out of memory. On the other hand, it has LOTS of memory. So *some other process* is sucking up memory. Use the Task Manager to watch the running processes on your system to identify the memory hog.

Cheers,
Bruce

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Hawkeye
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Task Manager showed no memory

Task Manager showed no memory hogs. I cut it back to 512mb of ram and it hasn't had another problem since.

Thanks
Hawkeye

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