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Subject: RE: "assert (!plink->value.pv_link.pvt)" failed
From: "Feng, Shuchen" <feng@bnl.gov>
To: "'Marty Kraimer '" <mrk@aps.anl.gov>
Cc: "''tech-talk@aps.anl.gov' '" <tech-talk@aps.anl.gov>
Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2003 15:48:15 -0500
Marty Kraimer wrote :

>I am not familiar with the Joerger VSC16 device support so it is hard to
>know where to start.

>The error is because some DBF_XXXLINK has not been initialized properly.

>Some suggestions.

>If you know how to use a linux source level debugger it will make your
>task easier.

>If not do the following:

>Put printf statement in the init_record routines of both record and
>device 
>support. Put the printf statement at entrace and exit and before/after
>any call 
>to other routines.

>Then send another Email message showing.

>1) The output of the printfs
>2) The source for the device support.
>3) If any recordtype not coming from base is used, it's source.
>3) The record definitions from the database that causes the problem.


It turns out that cascaded problems pointed the blame at EPICS sources.
At this moment, I found no evidence against the EPICS source yet after
I tracked down the root cause of the error message.  The root cause
has to do with the internal EPICS setup  on my computer.  


Thanks,
Kate

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