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- To: "GNU-WIN32 Mailing List (E-mail)" <gnu-win32 at cygnus dot com>
- Subject: Heap split
- From: "\"Zow\" Terry Brugger" <zow at mdbs dot com>
- Date: Wed, 11 Mar 1998 10:13:17 -0000
- Organization: Micro Data Base Systems, Inc.
- Reply-To: "zow at mdbs dot com" <zow at mdbs dot com>
I just set up CVS to execute a shell script upon checkout of one of my
modules. Upon doing so (within standard B19 Bash on NT4SP3), I get:
The heap has been split, CYGWIN can't fork this process.
Increase the heap_chunk_size in the registry and try again.
Fair enough, except that I don't see any such registry entry. I know that
problems with fork have popped up numerous times, but I can't find anything
that quite matches this in the mail archives. (What was that search engine
that someone just recommended? I could have sworn that I saved it but. . .)
So does anyone have any advice or workarounds?
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