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A collegue of mine has trouble with some xlf90 compiled module. Compiling with -g and running it through gdb gives the following:
Program received signal EXC_BAD_ACCESS, Could not access memory.
Reason: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS at address: 0xae23c250
0x00048858 in rad (r=2.7786279148281259, sp1=1, sp2=1) at tb_sppna.f90:494
494 elseif (r<=(hopping(sp1,sp2)%rcut)) then
Any idea for a general direction in which to find an answer? The same happens under 10.3, so it's not a Tiger-specific issue.
In a seperate problem, another collgue tells me that if he interrupts xlf with control-c that it hangs up the shell and that the machine (he believes the xlfentry process is the culprit) starts writing some huge file to disk. If anyone else has spotted this, then any info on this is welcome too.
The requirements said: Windows 2000 or better.
So I got a Macintosh.
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