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Re: cygheap base mismatch detected
- From: marco atzeri <marco dot atzeri at gmail dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 1 Mar 2012 11:59:42 +0100
- Subject: Re: cygheap base mismatch detected
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On Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 11:51 AM, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> On Feb 29 14:30, Charles Wilson wrote:
>> I've been running into a strange "error" lately (that is, I first
>> noticed it for sure on 1.7.10, but it MIGHT have occurred also on 1.7.9.
>> It persists on 1.7.11). cygcheck -- and *only* cygcheck -- is reporting
>> a cygheap base mismatch but only on an XP64 machine:
>> $ cygcheck -cd cygwin
>> ? ? ? 1 [main] cygcheck (3756) C:\cygwin\bin\cygcheck.exe: *** fatal
>> error - cygheap base mismatch detected - 0x61270870/0x2170870.
>> This problem is probably due to using incompatible versions of the
>> cygwin DLL.
>> Search for cygwin1.dll using the Windows Start->Find/Search facility
>> and delete all but the most recent version. ?The most recent version
>> reside in x:\cygwin\bin, where 'x' is the drive on which you have
>> installed the cygwin distribution. ?Rebooting is also suggested if you
>> are unable to find another cygwin DLL.
>> Cygwin Package Information
>> Package ? ? ? ? ? ? ?Version
>> cygwin ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 1.7.11-1
>> (Note that cygcheck actually *does* complete the requested command,
>> after the error message from (cygwin1.dll/dcrt0.cc?) is printed.
> Very strange. ?For two reasons. ?First of all, why is the mismatch
> message printed at all? ?The code in question is basically:
> ?if (res->cygheap != (void *) &_cygheap_start)
> ? ?multiple_cygwin_problem (...);
0x61270870 != 0x2170870
> But res->cygheap and &_cygheap_start are apparently identical, so why
> is multiple_cygwin_problem called?
> And then multiple_cygwin_problem calls api_fatal to print the message
> which means that ultimately TerminateProcess() is called.
> I tried that on my XP64 test machine and cygcheck worked fine.
> Could you do a parallel installation on the same machine and see how it
> behaves there?
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