Earnie Boyd
Tue Apr 2 10:34:00 GMT 2002

Christopher Faylor wrote:
> >
> >I would get segmentation faults within mallocr.c.  The first time it
> >occurred was the originating call was within the code I was adding.  I
> >modified the code a bit and that caused the malloc's in to
> >issue the segmentation faults in mallocr.c.  If you need to know exactly
> >where in mallocr.c that was causing the problem I can most likely
> >reproduce it to get the failure point.
> SEGVs are invariably a sign of attempts to free memory that hasn't been
> allocated.

I wasn't freeing memory I was mallocing memory.  Once I've finished my
annual disk cleaning job I'll try to reproduce the problem.


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