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Possible AIX bug part 2


From: Lia Pennington
Subject: Possible AIX bug part 2
Date: Mon, 16 Oct 2000 15:04:31 -0600

Hello again,

Just in case you may suggest I try the IBM AIX compiler
instead of gcc....
I get the following problem with the AIX xlC compiler:

> bash-2.04# ddd --configuration
> GNU DDD 3.2.1 (powerpc-ibm-aix4.3.3.0)
> Copyright (C) 1995-1999 Technische Universitaet Braunschweig, Germany.
> Copyright (C) 1999-2000 Universitaet Passau, Germany.
> Compiled with xlC
> Requires X11R6, Xt11R6, Motif 2.1 (Motif Version 2.1.0)
> Includes DDD core, Manual, App defaults, Athena Panner
> Built 2000-10-16 by root <address@hidden>.           

It compiles without errors, but then when I try to run
it against our code with dbx I get the following:

> bash-2.04# more /.ddd/log
> GNU DDD 3.2.1 (powerpc-ibm-aix4.3.3.0)
> Copyright (C) 1995-1999 Technische Universitaet Braunschweig, Germany.
> Copyright (C) 1999-2000 Universitaet Passau, Germany.
> Compiled with xlC
> Requires X11R6, Xt11R6, Motif 2.1 (Motif Version 2.1.0)
> Includes DDD core, Manual, App defaults, Athena Panner
> Built 2000-10-16 by root <address@hidden>.
> $  ddd -dbx /nfs/aix260/work/head6x-debug/bin/aix4_so/acis3dt
> +  /bin/sh -c 'exec dbx '\''/nfs/aix260/work/head6x-debug/bin/aix4_so/acis3dt'
\'
> ''
> #  Hello, world!
> #  Starting DBX...
> #  Raising core file size limit from 1073741312 to 2147483647 bytes...
> #  Running DBX (pid 16438, tty /dev/pts/1)...
> #  Current language: c/c++
> <- "Type \'help\' for help."
> <- "warning: cannot execute /nfs/aix260/work/head6x-debug/bin/aix4_so/acis3dt"
> <- "reading symbolic information ...program is not active"
> <- "dbx: fatal error: Not enough space"
> #  Thanks for using DDD 3.2.1!               

I'm not sure how to find out what does not have enough space!
The /nfs mount has plenty of space.  However, the /tmp and /var
partitions are small (47 and 20MB respectively).  Which
filesystem is it unhappy with and how can I tell how much space
it wants?

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Lia Pennington, Systems Administrator
Spatial Technology, 2425 55th St, Boulder, CO  80301
address@hidden
Phone: 303-544-2997
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