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Re: cygheap problems with 1.5.11
- From: "Dr. Volker Zell" <Dr dot Volker dot Zell at oracle dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2004 08:34:37 +0200
- Subject: Re: cygheap problems with 1.5.11
- References: <email@example.com>
>>>>> Yaakov Selkowitz writes:
> Not sure what happened, but yesterday I was compiling diacanvas2, and
> when I ran make check I got cygheap errors when running the test
> programs. Now since then more and more apps are giving me the same
> error. Searching the mail archives brought up a thread from April,
> but I don't think it's relevant here, as my Windows is up-to-date.
> I tried running rebaseall several times (without errors), rebooting,
> reinstalled the affected programs, and also tried the latest snapshot,
> but nothing helps. This is the first time I've had such problems on
> cygwin. For example:
> $ gpg --version
> 12 [main] ? 1212 cygheap_fixup_in_child: Couldn't reserve
> 9891528 bytes of space for cygwin's heap (0x61780000 <0x4A0000>)
> in child, Win32 error 487
> C:\cygwin\bin\gpg.exe (1212): *** m.AllocationBase 0x0, m.BaseAddress
> 0x61780000, m.RegionSize 0x3C0000, m.State 0x10000
> cygcheck output is attached.
I noticed the same. But I'm not sure when it start happening.
I recently upgraded to cygwin-1.5.11, the latest xorg- stuff
and also to zlib-1.2.1/bzip2-1.0.2. Afterwards I had problems
with apache which could be solved as usually with a rebaseall
including my self compiled dll's.
I only noticed the problem after this procedure. So I'm not sure
what's the culprit.
In my case the cygheap_fixup_in_child error manifests only in a
couple of gnome1 applications which I compiled by myself. It looks as
so all apps which are dependent on /opt/gnome1/bin/cygart_lgpl-2.dll
are infected. All my other gnome1 apps works just fine. For example:
08:15 AM > cygcheck /opt/gnome1/bin/gnubg.exe
I'm not seeing the problem so far with officially released apps.
For example gpg --version works fine here.
So I think I'm on my own here.
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