[1.7] Pipes intermittently lose data on Cygwin 1.7
Tue Dec 23 03:03:00 GMT 2008
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> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
> Behalf Of Lawrence Mayer
> Sent: Monday, December 22, 2008 9:28 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [1.7] Pipes intermittently lose data on Cygwin 1.7
> On 081222 16:48, Allan Schrum wrote:
> > The numbers 5,132,288 and 5,138,895 are multiples of 4096.
> Thanks for writing Allan. I think you mean 5,132,288 and 5,136,384 (the
> two output sizes) are multiples of 4096.
Yes - thanks - copying too many numbers can result in silly errors.
> > Lawrence: what is the hardware that your are running this test upon?
> What other processes are running at the same time (e.g. CPU usage, I/O
> usage, etc.)?
> Please see my previous post, where I found the same bug on different
> hardware running a different OS. Here are more details:
> Computer 1 (from my original post):
> Motherboard: Shuttle AK31 v3.1
> Chipset: Via KT266 northbridge, VT8233 southbridge
> CPU: Athlon XP 2000+ @ 2 GHz
> Memory: 512 MB DDR
> OS: Windows Server 2003 sp2 32 bit on NTFS
> CPU usage: 0-1% normally, 22-23% max during Cygwin tests
> Handles 3907 Threads 192 Processes 23
> Commit Charge (K): Total 294448 Limit 533992 Peak 426364
> Physical Memory (K): Total 523752 Available 180124 System Cache 235732
> Kernel Memory (K): Total 53912 Paged 34284 Nonpaged 19628
> Computer 2 (from my previous post):
> Motherboard: MSI K7N2 Delta
> Chipset: Nvidia Nforce2
> CPU: Athlon XP 3200+ @ 2.13 GHz
> Memory: 2 GB DDR
> OS: Windows XP Home sp2 32 bit on NTFS
> CPU usage: 0-1% normally, 21-22% max during Cygwin tests
> Handles 3904 Threads 193 Processes 23
> Commit Charge (K): Total 717884 Limit 1964364 Peak 841376
> Physical Memory (K): Total 2096624 Available 1161980 System Cache
> Kernel Memory (K): Total 104788 Paged 76104 Nonpaged 28696
Would it be worth trying to heavily load one of your computers to see if the problem presents itself differently? It is obvious that your systems are fast!
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