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Re: Problem w/ ulimit killing compiles on sol 2.4&2.6 ...
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- From: "Greg Sylvain" <gsylvain@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: "Bart Schaefer" <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, zsh-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: Problem w/ ulimit killing compiles on sol 2.4&2.6 ...
- Date: Wed, 3 Feb 1999 13:09:29 -0500
Thanks for the quick reply... comments interposed with original message ...
"Bart Schaefer" <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> on 02/03/99 12:54:13 PM
To: Greg Sylvain/LSC, zsh-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Problem w/ ulimit killing compiles on sol
On Feb 3, 12:38pm, Greg Sylvain wrote:
> } Subject: Problem w/ ulimit killing compiles on sol 2.4&2.6 ...
> } I'm running zsh 3.0.5 on a Solaris 2.4 and 2.6 machine, while
> } build a large C++ application with gcc -18.104.22.168 the compile exits
> } prematurly after attempting to link the resulting objects.
> I presume you get some kind of error message that leads you to believe
> this is a limits problem?
nop. just an assumption on my part. Sorry 'bout that, didn't mean to
mislead people. Anything else come to mind ?
> } When I got to a fresh ksh with nothing int he evnironment, I'm able to
> } build and link the program just fine.
> Some versions of Sun operating systems have problems executing processes
> if there's too much stuff in the environment. I'd be surprised if Sol
> was still susceptible, but it's possible. You don't use `setopt
> in zsh or anything silly like that, do you?
Sol 2.6 has the same problem, it *may* build the smaller test program along
the way to linking the final huge executable, but compiling and linking
fails on both OSs, eventually.
The errors that I get from the links are duplicate symbols in different
libraries that use the same part of the STL (i.e. duplicate vector
> } My question is why is this happening and how can I fix it? (I have 24
> } directories in my PATH!) What contributes to this limit problem and is
> } there any way to increase the limit any more..
> Have you tried the `unlimit` command (note the "n") which with no
> should increase all limits to their maximum allowed values?
No I haven't. I'm trying it now. I'll let you know the results...
Bart Schaefer Brass Lantern Enterprises
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