gdb 5.0 with AIX 4.3.3 and g++ 2.95.2
Mon Jun 19 08:34:00 GMT 2000
On Jun 19, 10:03am, Scott J. Pekarek wrote:
> I am sure this is not entirely appropriate but I was asked to post this
> to the gdb bug list - which I hope I have found.
It's quite appropriate. We appreciate hearing about any bugs that you
> At any rate I found a problem and potential solution to
> a problem with gdb5.0 on AIX 4.3.3.
> gdb seems to give me a
> somewhat reasonable trace on post-mortem
> core dump analysis but if I try to run inside of gdb it ponders a bit
> and I get the following message:
> ptrace ldinfo: Not enough space.
> We where able to get around this problem by changing the following line
> in gdb/rs6000-nat.c and recompiling.
> #define MAX_LOAD_SEGS 64 /* maximum number of load segments */
> #define MAX_LOAD_SEGS 1024 /* maximum number of load segments */
I think that this problem has been fixed by the following change in the
latest development sources...
Fri Apr 7 13:44:38 2000 glen mccready <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* rs6000-nat.c (xcoff_relocate_symtab): Grow buffer if ptrace()
fails due to lack of space.
BTW, you can download and build the latest development sources. See
http://sourceware.cygnus.com/gdb/#download for more information.
> Any info on the status of gdb support for multi-threaded applications would
> be appreciated....
Can someone else answer this one? (Nick?)
Thanks again for your bug report and proposed solution.
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