What I am sure of is that a cleanly installed Linux system should be able to compile the kernel without any errors. Overclocking. There seems to be a program called "dram" around that can also mess up your refresh to cause sig11 problems. -- Hank Barta ([email protected]), Ron Tapia ([email protected]) The number of wait This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. navigate to this website
Only when a program like "gcc" that works for almost everybody else to crash on a dataset (e.g. Some years ago: original Intel-Pentium-120's. The Intel Endeavour board doesn't allow you to increase the memory wait states. It turned out that ALL 4 16Mb SIMMs were broken in that they dropped a bit around once per hour.
It now seems that 1.2.13 and lots of the 1.3.x kernels have this bug. It seems that vendors are preparing for 3.3V RAM now. I'm no longer working on creating a floppy with a linux kernel and a good memory tester on it.
Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Advanced Search Forum Technical Discussion FreeBSD FreeBSD 6.x Signal 11 - segmentation fault If QUESTION Does it only happen when I compile a kernel? Linux tries to power-down the CPU by executing the "halt" instruction when the system is idle. Or at least to give a useful error message that the stack size needs to be increased.
If that's the case, try making a copy of the CD in another drive. See
In my experiance when the compiler runs out of memory it gets killed by the OOM killer rather than segfaulting. That said: PLEASE describe the title bar a bit better next time "segmentation fault" etc are not descriptive, "GCC Compiler error during all builds" is already much more descriptive and attract If I delete either one of these, the compile succeeds and only uses about 1100M (RSIZE in top). Somehow, a mouse seems to be able to break in a way that it causes some (mouse related) programs to crash with Sig11.
Get faster DRAM SIMMs. https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=25041 Read http://www.multimania.com/poulot/k6bug.html and then make sure you get your K6 exchanged. -- Rongen ([email protected]). Some batches of K6 processors simply have a design bug. I'm interested in new stories.
If you try this, I'd really appreciate it if you'd EMail me: I would like to hear from you if it helps or not. (and what you exactly changed to get http://renderq.net/internal-compiler/internal-compiler-error-segmentation-fault-xcode.php That would get noticed by the memory test too. See
Have you| tried to switch RAM modules?I'd try to switch optimizations off before going the hard way :)|| Erik- --Pietro Cerutti***@FreeBSD.orgPGP Public Key:http://gahr.ch/pgp Scot Hetzel 2008-10-14 19:02:21 UTC PermalinkRaw Message -----BEGIN so that some how fixed the problem but funny thing is.. hda or sda. my review here You can diagnose that this is the case by turning off the cache in the BIOS.
QUESTION I found that running ..... Mitt kontoSökMapsYouTubePlayGmailDriveKalenderGoogle+ÖversättFotonMerDokumentBloggerKontakterHangoutsÄnnu mer från GoogleLogga inDolda fältSök efter grupper eller meddelanden My curiosity will usually drive me to answering your questions until you find what the problem is..... (on the other hand, I do get pissed when your problem is clearly described
Has anyone experienced this before, if so how did you get around it? If the problem goes away it is probably the cache. So I guess g++ is exceeding the stack limit and crashing, not the heap memory. $ ulimit -aH core file size (blocks, -c) 0 data seg size (kbytes, -d) unlimited file I have this fancy DOS program that tells me my memory is OK.
See elsewhere. **) Really Linux and gcc stress your hardware more than other OSes. Read on, and you'll find out more. But if md5sum leads to errors, it might do so quicker than a kernel compile. -- Rob Ludwick ([email protected]) The hardest part is that most people will be able to get redirected here If it still stops in the same place I'm starting to wonder if you're reading the right FAQ, as it is starting to look like a software problem after all....
Try booting with "mem=nopentium". -- Matthew Beale ([email protected]). Or excel will crash another application. detects errors much quicker than just compiling kernels. Many systems come with longer cables.
Cyrix P-166 processors run at 133MHz, not at 166. Please mention this on your site. Officially if you stick to the specs for all the modules, it always works. But I did look at them, and this doesn't look like the same thing.
This can usually be done with mem=32m as a boot parameter. Especially on SMP systems, the CPUS may need an upgrade. ANSWER Well, the compiler accessed memory outside its memory range.