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Re: 1.7.0 CVS mmap failure
While this also passes on mine - mmap has been performing
strangely for me also (since around November snapshots).
SPECIFICALLY: After the "allocate downwards" change was done,
mmap calls started returning ENOMEM ("Cannot allocate memory")
where they worked before just fine. I specifically noticed in
only in one threaded application of mine but was unable to
create a test case that could duplicate it - so I haven't
really posted up the issue either.
I will also say this, I only get ENOMEM if mmap() tries to
map a file LESS than the system page size. That is what I
can duplicate everytime. Once it rises above the pagesize,
then mmap() has no issues. The actual manifestation of failure
is MAP_FAILED returned from mmap().
While his test case may have passed for the both of us, there
is definitely something funky going on with mmap() since the
allocate downwards change was OR'd into the underlying
On Fri, Jan 05, 2007 at 10:57:52AM +0100, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> On Jan 4 17:17, Brian Ford wrote:
> > $ uname -a
> > CYGWIN_NT-5.1 PC1163-8460-XP 1.7.0(0.161/4/2) 2007-01-04 15:51 i686
> > unknown unknown Cygwin
> > $ ./mmaptest.exe
> > CloseHandle(fh_disk_file.get_handle ()) 0x738 failed void* mmap64(void*,
> > size_t, int, int, int, _off64_t):1275, Win32 error 6
> > mmap: Cannot allocate memory
> > STC attached. Thanks.
> Hmm, STCs are nice, but this STC works fine for me, reproducibly:
> $ ./mmaptest
> test passed
> Something's missing in the picture...
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