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Subject: Re: About pvPut dafault behavior
From: <jun-ichi.odagiri@kek.jp>
To: "J. Lewis Muir" <jlmuir@anl.gov>
Cc: tech-talk@aps.anl.gov
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2011 09:46:34 +0900
> It might also help to know if one was cross-compiled and by what
> host architecture.  (I think there's a bug in the seq 2.0.12 SNL
> compiler when cross-compiling from a 64-bit host architecture to
> a 32-bit target architecture.  I think the SNL compiler may
> generate certain numbers that are too big for the 32-bit target
> architecture.  But I haven't had time to investigate and create
> a simple test case.)

Thank you very much for the information.
So far, we have not used 64-bit architecture for the cross-compilation.
But sooner or later, we will use a 64-bit host machine.
I'll keep it in mind.

Jun-ichi


----- Original Message -----
> On 2/25/11 3:37 PM, benjamin.franksen@helmholtz-berlin.de wrote:
> > At first I wanted to suggest you check with the latest stable 
sequencer version
> > (2.0.12) but this now really looks like CA (or your setup of it) is 
at fault.
> > The fact that you have the -c option for caput means the client side 
uses
> > EPICS base 3.14.12, right? What EPICS version runs on the IOC?
> 
> FYI, the caput from EPICS Base 3.14.11 has the -c option too.  I
> think it might even be in 3.14.10.
> 
> > Values shortened to a multiple of 256, this sounds like a byte order 
problem.
> > Knowing the exact type and version of the OS used on both client and 
server
> > side might help to solve this.
> 
> It might also help to know if one was cross-compiled and by what
> host architecture.  (I think there's a bug in the seq 2.0.12 SNL
> compiler when cross-compiling from a 64-bit host architecture to
> a 32-bit target architecture.  I think the SNL compiler may
> generate certain numbers that are too big for the 32-bit target
> architecture.  But I haven't had time to investigate and create
> a simple test case.)
> 
> Lewis
> 
> -- 
> J. Lewis Muir
> Software Engineer
> IMCA-CAT
> 



References:
About pvPut dafault behavior jun-ichi.odagiri
Re: About pvPut dafault behavior Benjamin Franksen
Re: About pvPut dafault behavior jun-ichi.odagiri
Re: About pvPut dafault behavior benjamin . franksen
Re: About pvPut dafault behavior J. Lewis Muir

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