|Subject:||Re: [Bug-apl] WS FULL problem|
|Date:||Fri, 17 Jun 2016 14:47:00 +0200|
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if I start apl directly then it seems like GNU APL behaves properly (I tried your
examples and always got a WS FULL).
I could imagine, though, that your shell (resp. script) is killing APL when APL
tries to allocate too much memory (and APL can then do little about it).
It would be interesting by which signal APL is killed (try ulimit -c unlimited (e.g using bash)
to get a core file and then look at the core with gdb). I could then install a signal handler (if
the signal is catch'able) to fix this.
The question right now is if apl is killing itself (e.g. by an uncaught exception) or is being
killed from its environment.
I would also be good to check (ulimit -a inside the script) if there are any active limits related
the memory size.
On 06/16/2016 08:59 PM, Blake McBride wrote:
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