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Re: seg. fault during samples/XML/Store.java
Lars Martin wrote:
> Tue, 04 Apr 2000 Thomas Guettler wrote:
> >I used Store.java very often. If I use small files, it works fine,
> >but if I store bigger ones a get a seg.fault. the file looks like this:
> ><element id="1"/>
> ><<element id="995"/>
> ><element id="996"/>
> ><element id="997"/>
> ><element id="998"/>
> ><element id="999"/>
> >Here is what I did:
> >bash-2.03$ java Store big.xml
> >filename: big.xml
> >hostname: localhost
> >parse into memory time: 624 ms
> >SIGSEGV 11* segmentation violation
> > si_signo : SIGSEGV 11* segmentation violation
> > si_errno : Erfolg
> > si_code : SI_USER [pid: 0, uid: 0]
> > stackpointer=0xbfffe71c
> No stacktrace was printed?
Thank you, for your quick reply.
No, that was all I got.
(bash-2.03$ java -version
java version "1.2.2"
Classic VM (build Linux_JDK_1.2.2_RC4, green threads, sunwjit))
> We use shakespeare's poetry for testing without problems. These files are
> between 100 - 200k and have between 10,000 - 15,000 DOM nodes. Maybe other
> users have similar problems?
hmmm, very strange. can you make your testfiles available via web.
So I can try them on my machine?
> >The same xml-file with 100 elements was stored without problems
> Which ozone distribution do you use? Did you try another jdk?
I use the jdk1.2.2RC4 from blackdown on linux.
But I had the same problem with jdk1.1.8 on FreeBSD.
I use ozone0.4 (aka 0.4dev6). But I had the same problem
with the version before 0.4.6, too
On what plattform did you test it?
My file is available at
if someone is interested in testing it.