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Subject: Segmentation faults and the ioc example
From: Geoff Savage <savage@fnal.gov>
To: "'tech-talk@aps.anl.gov'" <tech-talk@aps.anl.gov>
Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2003 14:44:13 -0500
Hi,

Many of the commands when issued without arguments cause a segmentation fault in EPICS R3.14.2. As an example the dbel command expects a record name and level as arguments. When these are not provided to the command a segmentation fault occurs and the ioc exits. I'm trying to understand if this is the behaviour seen on all systems or just mine.

Thanks

Geoff

[savage@d0ol30 iocmyexample]$ ../../bin/linux-x86/myexample st.cmd
dbLoadDatabase("../../dbd/myexample.dbd",0,0)
registerRecordDeviceDriver(pdbbase)
dbLoadRecords("../../db/dbExample1.db","user=savageHost")
dbLoadRecords("../../db/dbExample2.db","user=savageHost,no=1,scan=1 second")
dbLoadRecords("../../db/dbExample2.db","user=savageHost,no=2,scan=2 second")
dbLoadRecords("../../db/dbExample2.db","user=savageHost,no=3,scan=5 second")
dbLoadRecords("../../db/dbSubExample.db","user=savageHost")
iocInit()
Starting iocInit
############################################################################
###  EPICS IOC CORE built on Jun 23 2003
###  EPICS R3.14.2 $R3-14-2$ $2003/03/18 22:44:29$
############################################################################
Record savageHost:subExample called mySubInit(0x80932c8, 0x40033870)
iocInit: All initialization complete
epics> help dbel
dbel 'record name' level
epics> dbel
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
[savage@d0ol30 iocmyexample]$


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Re: Segmentation faults and the ioc example Steven Hartman

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