>From: Richard Massa <address@hidden> >Organization: UC Davis >Keywords: 200210282019.g9SKJIX04447 McIDAS-XCD scour Richard, >So I'm seeing high cpu usage by dmsyn.k and the following message is getting >written to the XCD_START.LOG file. > >DMSYN: m0syndec - unable to write to syn row= 8 >DMSYN: m0syndec - synmd num= 52 > >The disk isn't full, permissions appear to be okay and I haven't changed >anything since it was last working, so do you have any suggestions as to what >might be wrong? I don't know what is going on, but I have now seen this on more than one Linux box running XCD. I am attemtping to troubleshoot a problem related to dmsyn.k on another user's RedHat 8.0 Linux box. Perhaps his problem (which looks like a malloc-related one) and yours will prove to be the same thing. Tom >From address@hidden Wed Oct 30 17:30:52 2002 Okay... thanks for letting me know.
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