Jeff, > I'm having problems with a couple of our decoders suffering segmentation > faults over the last couple of weeks. I've tried Googling, as well as > searching the Unidata site and haven't been able to come up with any > concrete solutions. I've been trying to trace down what's causing it, > and it kind of appears that it happens when the data partition on the > server runs low on space. Does that sound plausible? In the decoder > logs, they start saying that they can't write files at about the same > time there's a segfault in the server's system logfile. > > The reason that I'm writing to confirm this as a possibility is because > I would think that the decoders may record errors, but I wouldn't think > that they would completely bomb when they can't write to disk. Decoders are separate programs, so the reason for any segfault will depend on the details of the decoder in question. What decoders are segfaulting? Where do they come from? > Anyway, any help would be appreciated. > > Jeff > - > ====================================== > Jeff Eske, Technology Coordinator > Division of Information Technology > Creighton University > Email: address@hidden > Phone: 402-280-2327 > ====================================== Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: YDZ-729673 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: On Hold
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