Can't build stdlib Structures.sac on 4GB machine
|Created on||Aug 05, 2009 00:16|
|Resolved on||Sep 27, 2009 19:22|
I am unable to build the stdlib on a 4GB machine; the thing runs out of memory. Memory use grows steadily during SAACYC, but I can't see anything obvious in the way of corruption with memcheck or treecheck during those phases. I noted this: 1. Turning off most optimizations let the compile complete. 2. The SAACYC optimization phases are spending most of their time here, based on eyeballing -v4 output: Eliminating type variables ... Eliminating bottom types ... 3.isaa2 produces a LOT of -d memcheck errors, but it is only invoked once, so I don't see that it can be the problem. 4. I did not see anything obvious in -b11:xxx output, such as multiple copies of same value being computed. etc. 5. I'm running valgrind on it now, but it's taking a wee bit of time.
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