|Newbie questions about Pliant
I don't understand how pliant memory dumps work
|Message posted by maybe Boris Reitman on 2003/11/24 23:16:38
I ran pliant on one of my test program and I got an error,
can not restore memory from /binary/default.dump. What is the proper
action to take in this instance ?
Here is what I did. I went and looked at /pliant/binary/default-debug1.dump
which is owned by root.root, with permission rw-r--r--. Is this the way it
is supposed to be ? So, I have became user root, and deleted the file.
After which, when I tried to run my test program I got error
can not compile 'new Str'.
Usually if I go through the whole pliant install process, the problem gets fixed.
And this time I ran /pliant/fullpliant and it fixed itself.
Are different users on the same box compiling their programs into
the same pliant/default/binary-debug1.dump file ?
What should be the group that owns this file ?
|Message posted by hubert.tonneau on 2003/11/24 23:23:59
|Just delete the .dump files in /pliant/binary/
Pliant will recreate it properly the next time you run 'fullpliant' executable.
The .dump file can get corrupted if you change Pliant release (also in such a
case Pliant should rebuild it automatically), or if you upgrade some of your
low level DLLs such as glibc.
There should be no owner problem related to these files because once they are
created, they are just read each time Pliant starts.