csh on arm failure?

Alexander Kabaev kabaev at gmail.com
Wed May 16 02:40:38 UTC 2007

On Tue, 15 May 2007 11:48:46 -0700
Mark Peek <mp at FreeBSD.org> wrote:

> No, this is different. The tcsh malloc is showing it is out of memory
> and aborting. The thing I don't understand is the malloc is coming
> from tcsh instead of using the system malloc. Looking at this file:
> src/bin/csh/config_p.h:
> ...
> #if defined(__FreeBSD__)
> #define NLS_BUGS
> /* we want to use the system malloc when we install as /bin/csh */
> #define SYSMALLOC
> /* Use LC_MESSAGES locale category to open the message catalog */
> #define MCLoadBySet NL_CAT_LOCALE
> #define BUFSIZE 8192
> #endif
> The SYSMALLOC define should cause it to use the system malloc and not
> the tcsh malloc. Could __FreeBSD__ not be defined?
> Also, it is odd that it is out of memory in the first place. Has it
> worked before? Is there something that changed in the arm memory
> allocation schemes?

Just out of curiosity, could you try again with new libc/arm/Symbol.map
in place?

Alexander Kabaev
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