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Message 478 - Posted: 13 Mar 2008, 17:12:56 UTC
Last modified: 13 Mar 2008, 17:21:30 UTC

I just completed my first 3 units, and noticed this on the result log:


<core_client_version>5.10.30</core_client_version>
<![CDATA[
<stderr_txt>
ACTR: boinc_init_options complete
ACTR: boinc_get_init_data(actr_aid) complete
ACTR: Trace 1
ACTR: Trace 2
ACTR: Trace 3
ACTR: Trace 4
ACTR: Trace 5
ACTR: Trace 6
ACTR: Trace 7
ACTR: Trace 8
ACTR: Trace 9
ACTR: Trace 10 -- Lisp Running
ACTR: Trace 11 -- Watchdog Running (if Win32)
ACTR: Complete after 0
ACTR: Trace 12 -- Calling Finish
called boinc_finish


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Memory Leaks Detected!!!

Memory Statistics:
0 bytes in 0 Free Blocks.
569 bytes in 4 Normal Blocks.
4676 bytes in 4 CRT Blocks.
0 bytes in 0 Ignore Blocks.
0 bytes in 0 Client Blocks.
Largest number used: 15380 bytes.
Total allocations: 7488370 bytes.

Dumping objects ->
{71} normal block at 0x00354A38, 48 bytes long.
Data: <preparing-actr6v> 70 72 65 70 61 72 69 6E 67 2D 61 63 74 72 36 76
{55} normal block at 0x00355978, 513 bytes long.
Data: <afrl-prp-gln-01n> 61 66 72 6C 2D 70 72 70 2D 67 6C 6E 2D 30 31 6E
c:\\users\\jack\\desktop\\mm\\boinc\\api\\boinc_api.c(178) : {52} normal block at 0x00352BD0, 4 bytes long.
Data: < 7 > 00 00 37 00
{48} normal block at 0x00352B58, 4 bytes long.
Data: < B5 > B0 42 35 00
Object dump complete.


</stderr_txt>
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Not sure who Jack is, but he has a memory leak! Is it you Jack.Harris?

I\'m running an AMD X2 6000+ on XP SP2, BOINC version 5.10.30
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Message 484 - Posted: 13 Mar 2008, 21:14:16 UTC - in response to Message 478.

I just completed my first 3 units, and noticed this on the result log:


5.10.30

ACTR: boinc_init_options complete
ACTR: boinc_get_init_data(actr_aid) complete
ACTR: Trace 1
ACTR: Trace 2
ACTR: Trace 3
ACTR: Trace 4
ACTR: Trace 5
ACTR: Trace 6
ACTR: Trace 7
ACTR: Trace 8
ACTR: Trace 9
ACTR: Trace 10 -- Lisp Running
ACTR: Trace 11 -- Watchdog Running (if Win32)
ACTR: Complete after 0
ACTR: Trace 12 -- Calling Finish
called boinc_finish


**********
**********

Memory Leaks Detected!!!

Memory Statistics:
0 bytes in 0 Free Blocks.
569 bytes in 4 Normal Blocks.
4676 bytes in 4 CRT Blocks.
0 bytes in 0 Ignore Blocks.
0 bytes in 0 Client Blocks.
Largest number used: 15380 bytes.
Total allocations: 7488370 bytes.

Dumping objects ->
{71} normal block at 0x00354A38, 48 bytes long.
Data: 70 72 65 70 61 72 69 6E 67 2D 61 63 74 72 36 76
{55} normal block at 0x00355978, 513 bytes long.
Data: 61 66 72 6C 2D 70 72 70 2D 67 6C 6E 2D 30 31 6E
c:\\users\\jack\\desktop\\mm\\boinc\\api\\boinc_api.c(178) : {52} normal block at 0x00352BD0, 4 bytes long.
Data: < 7 > 00 00 37 00
{48} normal block at 0x00352B58, 4 bytes long.
Data: < B5 > B0 42 35 00
Object dump complete.



]]>



Not sure who Jack is, but he has a memory leak! Is it you Jack.Harris?

I\'m running an AMD X2 6000+ on XP SP2, BOINC version 5.10.30


Yep - I haven\'t tracked down where it is yet. The results are still good though.
Hopefully the memory leak will be tracked down soon.
Jack

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Message 689 - Posted: 1 May 2008, 22:08:39 UTC - in response to Message 484.

I just completed my first 3 units, and noticed this on the result log:


<core_client_version>5.10.30</core_client_version>
<![CDATA[
<stderr_txt>
ACTR: boinc_init_options complete
ACTR: boinc_get_init_data(actr_aid) complete
ACTR: Trace 1
ACTR: Trace 2
ACTR: Trace 3
ACTR: Trace 4
ACTR: Trace 5
ACTR: Trace 6
ACTR: Trace 7
ACTR: Trace 8
ACTR: Trace 9
ACTR: Trace 10 -- Lisp Running
ACTR: Trace 11 -- Watchdog Running (if Win32)
ACTR: Complete after 0
ACTR: Trace 12 -- Calling Finish
called boinc_finish


**********
**********

Memory Leaks Detected!!!

Memory Statistics:
0 bytes in 0 Free Blocks.
569 bytes in 4 Normal Blocks.
4676 bytes in 4 CRT Blocks.
0 bytes in 0 Ignore Blocks.
0 bytes in 0 Client Blocks.
Largest number used: 15380 bytes.
Total allocations: 7488370 bytes.

Dumping objects ->
{71} normal block at 0x00354A38, 48 bytes long.
Data: <preparing-actr6v> 70 72 65 70 61 72 69 6E 67 2D 61 63 74 72 36 76
{55} normal block at 0x00355978, 513 bytes long.
Data: <afrl-prp-gln-01n> 61 66 72 6C 2D 70 72 70 2D 67 6C 6E 2D 30 31 6E
c:\\users\\jack\\desktop\\mm\\boinc\\api\\boinc_api.c(178) : {52} normal block at 0x00352BD0, 4 bytes long.
Data: < 7 > 00 00 37 00
{48} normal block at 0x00352B58, 4 bytes long.
Data: < B5 > B0 42 35 00
Object dump complete.


</stderr_txt>
]]>



Not sure who Jack is, but he has a memory leak! Is it you Jack.Harris?

I\'m running an AMD X2 6000+ on XP SP2, BOINC version 5.10.30


Yep - I haven\'t tracked down where it is yet. The results are still good though.
Hopefully the memory leak will be tracked down soon.
Jack


Yes, I would love this problem to be fixed... I am crunching for B^S (BoincSynergy) and MM is our Project of the Month for May. I have been getting the same memory leak problem...
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Message 704 - Posted: 4 May 2008, 20:47:33 UTC


Pretty small memory leak (just 5K in total), particularly since it will be returned to the system as soon as the workunit finishes. I wouldn\'t worry about it too much.

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Message 708 - Posted: 5 May 2008, 19:04:24 UTC - in response to Message 704.


Pretty small memory leak (just 5K in total), particularly since it will be returned to the system as soon as the workunit finishes. I wouldn\'t worry about it too much.


Well, the memory leak is not the problem. My problem with this is that the WU stops there and gets 100% completion and is sent off for credit. being that it is an unfinished WU, I get no credit.

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Message 709 - Posted: 6 May 2008, 13:12:46 UTC
Last modified: 6 May 2008, 13:17:25 UTC

All mine have that message, and I get credit for 90% of them. I think you may have a corrupted lisp installation.

Try this:

* Set Boinc to only use one Core

* Detach and then reattach to the project (so it deletes the project folders)

* Run a single workunit to completion. This step should re-install the LISP environment.

* Once it has finished, set up Boinc to use the full amount of Cores
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Message 717 - Posted: 9 May 2008, 18:23:57 UTC - in response to Message 709.

All mine have that message, and I get credit for 90% of them. I think you may have a corrupted lisp installation.

Try this:

* Set Boinc to only use one Core

* Detach and then reattach to the project (so it deletes the project folders)

* Run a single workunit to completion. This step should re-install the LISP environment.

* Once it has finished, set up Boinc to use the full amount of Cores

I will try this, but first...
I do get credit, it is just less than one point per WU

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