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I'm using Windows XP. -shawn smime.p7s Description: S/MIME Cryptographic Signature Next Message by Thread: Re: unable to commit/checkout larger files Since the message is "server aborted", I would say that it Any ideas? I hate them even more when they come from a piddling little script that I just want to work so I can get on and do something more useful.The plea:HELP!KM Top It is obvious now its importance. weblink

When the script bombs it will throw an error message in the form:PerlMagick: Memory allocation failed 'Cannot allocate memory @ Where could be one of any of the following (randomly):cache.c/AcquirePixelCacheInfo/213cache.c/AcquirePixelCacheNexus/288cache.c/AcquirePixelCacheNexus/293semaphore.c/AllocateSemaphoreInfo/174exception.c/AcquireExceptionInfo/108etc....The The script was written years ago and was using "pnmscale" (from the old Netpbm utilities) for scaling the images to thumbnail size. These files are binary files and have been added with the "cvs add -kb filename" command. Unless there is a programmatic solution (i.e.

I assumed that Thumbnail() would be the appropriate method to use since it claims to toss and associated profiles (and since I was, in fact, making thumbnails). OpenACS : Forums : OpenACS Development : CVS problem Begin main content Forum OpenACS Development: CVS problem Search: Back to OpenACS Development Request notifications 1: CVS problem Posted by Claudio Anelli Thanks. Normally, the O/S streamsthe file in much smaller chunks when reading or writing it.Hi,Well, I am not sure at what point it starts happening.

The error message returned is: cvs [server aborted]: Could not map memory to RCS archive /usr/local/cvsroot/ims/installer/dot-net-setup/dotnetfx.exe,v: Cannot allocate memory Error, CVS operation failed -- -Torsten

vvv Home | News | If not, change Thumbnail() to Scale(). http://www.vasoftware.com Previous Message by Thread: Crash on XP w/ 1.3.1 I just downloaded the (unstable) 1.3.1 release because I figured I would try out some of the new features. I'mworking on a patch to allow CVS to fall back on normal I/O if mmap()fails, but there are some tricky bits and it will likely take a littlewhile to complete.-Larry JonesOh,

It is definitely not kosher butat this point I couldn't wait for a solution.I am not sure why the CVS process on the server would refuse to feed thefile if it When running the script again moments later it crashed and burned after the first two images.Still randomly and inexplicably failing. Adding it back in did nothing as no exceptions are thrown. see it here Not much help their either (and my teeth now hurt).3) Joining this board and posting this message to see if cooler heads can prevail in finding a solution to this annoying

I guess if it works everywhere but my webserver then I can contact tech support at the web hosting company and see if they can reproduce the error and leave it I'm using Windows XP. -Torsten ------------------------------------------------------- This SF.NET email is sponsored by: SourceForge Enterprise Edition + IBM + LinuxWorld = Something 2 See! Follow-Ups: Re: cvs fail because allocate memory fail From: Matthias Scheler Prev by Date: Problems after xorg patch to 5.0_STABLE Next by Date: Solved - Re: Problems with make a new Top annoyed_n_aggravated Re: Memory allocation failed 'Cannot allocate memory' Quote Postby annoyed_n_aggravated » 2010-09-21T17:07:41-07:00 magick wrote:Put these lines in the beginning of your script:our $AreaLimit = "128mb";our $DiskLimit = "1.5GB";our $MapLimit

In any case, by looking at the web output above, it is rather obvious that the log header in the file has the problem. http://openacs.org/forums/message-view?message_id=2981571 Terms Privacy Opt Out Choices Advertise Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News. Which is the right mailing list? There are 1238M bytes space for File, why can't swap them then when I/CVS allocates.

NetBSD-Users archive [Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index][Old Index] cvs fail because allocate memory fail To: netbsd-users%[email protected] Subject: cvs fail because allocate memory fail From: Water NB Date: Mon, http://homeshareware.com/could-not/write-to-memory-address-c.html In that case just use 128, 1, 512, and you may need to remove time-limit. Cannot allocate memory Re: [TortoiseCVS] [checkout aborted]: Could not map memory to RCS archive ... For an older version of PerlMagick, it may not accept the units.

There is both a CVSNT list and a CVS list - as I do not know which version of CVS your server is running, I cannot tell you which one to Thanks for everybody's efforts so far. I think it should be OK now. 3: Re: CVS problem (response to 1) Posted by Claudio Anelli on 09/24/09 07:04 PM thanks. check over here If you get the error again, run a trace and bring your question to the CVSNT list, assuming you are using CVSNT on your server.

On Linux, there are a coupleof limits to how much memory a process can have and it looks like itcan't be more than 2GB (on a 32bit system, anyway).I have reconfigure Next message: [Freesurfer] Problem with CVS server? NOTE: These images are not huge (mostly in the range of 900x600 pixels).The problem:I originally rewrote my "thumnail" script from using something like: "djpeg I'll monitor this board for a little while in case anybody has any desire to look into the Thumbnail() failure a little closer.

  1. It's hard to debug a program that fails at random places each time it is run (even harder to find a solution online).
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  3. Such is the lot of trying to track down random errors like this.
  4. This is getting somewhat worrisome.L Laurent Duperval 2006-12-14 16:55:34 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Laurent DupervalWell, I just tried it, by not setting the MMAP option and I am stillseeing this
  5. Once I get everything added, I can do a commit on them all (400+) files without error.
  6. One time it ran nearly to completion (some 20 images) but died near the end.
  7. Can anyone help?
  8. However, it had always been possible to use the cvs web interface to keep track of messages until now for Sample.bin, now it yields: An Exception Has Occurred Python Traceback Traceback

I'll have a script that fails miserably on my host's webserver but it will probably work fine when tested elsewhere. Either way I don't really care as long as I have a solution that lets me get on with what I'm trying to do (post some image galleries). Are any obvious exceptions thrown. Yes, this is a server error.

At least that solution (which was working at one point) now fails consistently. I'll work on a reduced version of the script stripped of unnecessary complication. Butthe file systems running on those same processors support much biggerfiles than 2 GB (for example, see ext2,3,4 and ReiserFS athttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_file_systems), so unless yourentire file has to fit in real memory this content Without a stack trace its a difficult problem to debug remotely.

Cannot allocate memory From: Torsten Martinsen - 2008-03-25 20:58:54 Christoph Gaa wrote: > Hi all, > > with 1.10.4 I got a checkout error: > --------------------- > In C:\PROJEKTE\DNEU: C:\Programme\CVSNT\cvs.exe It used to be installed in a linux box and now it uses CVSNT. Unfortunately, this is on a webhosting server that I have no control over (other than requests for unusual Perl modules to be loaded). I only noticed it started ocurring.

The error message returned is: cvs [server aborted]: Could not map memory to RCS archive /usr/local/cvsroot/ims/installer/dot-net-setup/dotnetfx.exe,v: Cannot allocate memory Error, CVS operation failed cang Thread at a glance: Previous Message by My record is about 7 images before the script bombs - though many times it fails to make it past the first image. I tried running the commandfrom a different machine and I get the same error.I will try to rebuild the CVS binary on the server to see if that fixesthe problem.Question: does the CVSNT-list?

Is there a > CVS-list? > > -- > > cheerio, > > Christoph > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------- > This SF.net email is sponsored by: Microsoft > Defy all How can I fix it, especially if it is a client-side issue. Then it opens a JPG file, determines its dimensions, and creates a thumbnail version of the larger file so that it is 150 pixel on its longest side. I do not know for certain, I usually make sure my graphical client indicates success on commit or update operations.

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