Subject: Segmentation fault - Running out of memory?
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: John D. Smerdon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/09/1995 20:08:48
While doing a "make build" on a Macintosh SE/30 (8MB phys/32MB swap, 1.0A
from around 02/15) I got this:
cc -O -DNLS -DYP -DLIBC_SCCS -DSYSLIBC_SCCS -I/usr/src/lib/libc/include
-D__DBINTERFACE_PRIVATE -DPOSIX_MISTAKE -DFLOATING_POINT -c -fpic -DPIC
/usr/src/lib/libc/stdio/fgetc.c -o fgetc.so
Segmentation fault - core dumped
*** Error code 139
Is that how "out of memory" is reported on a system or is there something
I usually see 5-6MB of swap used from a "pstat -s". Sometimes it goes up
to 12-16MB during a compile.
After, I did something like "csh; unlimit; make build" and it completed
and installed without errors.
Out of curiosity, does it take everyone else three to four days to do a
"make build"? :-)
John D. Smerdon; Plymouth, Michigan; Contents are my opinion.
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