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Re: A problem internal to GDB has been detected
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: A problem internal to GDB has been detected
- From: Reitenbach Sebastian <reitenba_(_at_)_zeus_(_dot_)_fh-brandenburg_(_dot_)_de>
- Date: Wed, 10 Aug 2005 06:50:02 +0200
I think you adressed the problem. but after setting ulimit -d a bit higher I get
a bit more ahead, so the memory is later exhausted. This does not helped that much.
ulimit -m was alrady at the maximum.
$ ulimit -m 708879
sh: ulimit: exceeds allowable limit
is there a way to exceed the allowable limit? how is the maximum determined?
> Problem is that gdb ran out of memory: apparently your GNUStep app is
> a bit bloated and contains lots of debugging information. That debug
> information doesn't fit into the memory you've allowed for gdb. Try
> to increase the amount of memory using "ulimit -d" and/or "ulimit -m".
so I think it is a problem of the application because I am able to debug
other objc applications.