Subject: Re: Progress on this bug ?
To: Tim Liddelow <email@example.com>
From: Brian de Alwis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/02/1996 11:01:58
> Has any progress been made on this stack bug in -current ? From
> a recently built kernel it doesn't seem so. I still get
> a core dump when trying to run it. It works fine under FreeBSD.
It's not a bug in NetBSD.
Your Graph structure weighs in at >512k per instance.
The default stack per process is 512k on NetBSD.
The first thing your program does is allocate a Graph on the
stack, which will immediately overflow, and hence dump core.
Try `limit stacksize 1024' or `ulimit -s 1024', in csh or bash
respectively, and then rerun your program.
Brian de Alwis - Fourth Year CS student at the University of Waterloo
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