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Old 10-20-2007, 05:46 AM   #1
shivkiyer
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MATLAB crashing on 64-bit OS


I use ssh to login to a department server which has MATLAB installed. My computer is an AMD 64 bit with a 32 bit version of FC4. The server runs a 64 bit version of SUSE. Earlier MATLAB used to be installed on a server with a 32bit OS. I had no problems running MATLAB on the 32 bit server. However, in the 64 bit server, MATLAB crashes randomly and quite often. The crash dump file is below. The crash dump file has been sent to MATHWORKS but the administrator of the server wishes to migrate back to a 32 bit OS.

My question is: Is this a problem with the 64 bit version? Might a multilib OS solve the problem?


Crash dump file
Quote:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
Segmentation violation detected at Sat Oct 20 11:29:59 2007
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Configuration:
MATLAB Version: 7.0.0.19901 (R14)
Operating System: Linux 2.6.18.2-34-default #1 SMP Mon Nov 27 11:46:27 UTC 2006 x86_64
Window System: The X.Org Foundation (60802000), display localhost:16.0
Current Visual: 0x22 (class 4, depth 24)
Processor ID: x86 Family 15 Model 4 Stepping 10, GenuineIntel
Virtual Machine: Java 1.4.2_02 with Sun Microsystems Inc. Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM
(mixed mode)
Default Charset: UTF-8

Register State:
eax = 00000000 ebx = f6f26480
ecx = 22f5d818 edx = 0870b8d4
esi = 0870a268 edi = e838b650
ebp = ffe45ca8 esp = ffe45c60
eip = f6ee7733 flg = 00010246

Stack Trace:
[0] libmwm_ir.so:mps_sweep_term_pools(0xe838b5b4, 0xe57ac2b8, 0xfffffffe, 0xf6a78c0a) + 211 bytes
[1] libmwm_interpreter.so:in_delete_ir_record(_ir_context*, _ir_record*)(0xe838b5b4, 0xffe45f50, 0xffe45ec0, 0xffe45d60) + 117 bytes
[2] libmwm_interpreter.so:Mfh_mp::inCompileMfile(char const*)(0x083e7e40, 0x083e4a35 "/usr/local/matlab7/toolbox/contr..", 0, 0xf7a3c4b9) + 2106 bytes
[3] libmwm_interpreter.so:Mfh_mp::inCompileMOrLoadPFile()(0x083e7e40, 0xf7cce660, 0xf7bd6600, 0) + 1350 bytes
[4] libmwm_interpreter.so:Mlm_mp::load_file()(0x08383b30, 1, 0xffe472b8, 0xf7cb03fe) + 51 bytes
[5] libmwm_dispatcher.so:Mlm_file::load_mf()(0x08383b30, 0xf7cc6d8b "rivate", 0x08383a40, 0xf7c7e8e6) + 127 bytes
[6] libmwm_dispatcher.so:Mlm_MATLAB_fn::try_load()(0x08383b30, 0xf7cdea74, 0xffe47348, 0xf7caf24a) + 46 bytes
[7] libmwm_dispatcher.so:Mfh_file::dispatch_fh(int, mxArray_tag**, int, mxArray_tag**)(0x083e7e40, 1, 0xffe475e0, 2) + 46 bytes
[8] libmwm_interpreter.so:inDispatchFromStack(498, 0xe5c864ca "c2d", 1, 2) + 503 bytes
[9] libmwm_interpreter.so:.L28(0xf7e8b51d, 0xf7c39a00 ", 0xffe47728 ", 0xf7ea9114) + 25 bytes
[10] libmwm_interpreter.so:.L614(1, 0, 69, 0) + 172 bytes
[11] libmwm_interpreter.so:inInterPcodeSJ(inDebugCheck, int, int, opcodes, inPcodeNest_tag*)(1, 0, 16, 0) + 300 bytes
[12] libmwm_interpreter.so:inExecuteMFunctionOrScript(Mfh_mp*, bool)(0x08771780, 1, 0xffe47c18 ", 0xf7a688a3) + 604 bytes
[13] libmwm_interpreter.so:inExecCompScript(0, 0xffe47f80, 0x08771780, 0xffffffff) + 239 bytes
[14] libmwm_interpreter.so:Mfh_mp::dispatch_file(_mdUnknown_workspace*, int, mxArray_tag**, int, mxArray_tag**)(0x08771780, 0, 0, 0xffe47f80) + 196 bytes
[15] libmwm_interpreter.so:Mfh_mp::dispatch_file(int, mxArray_tag**, int, mxArray_tag**)(0x08771780, 0, 0xffe47f80, 0) + 32 bytes
[16] libmwm_dispatcher.so:Mfh_file::dispatch_fh(int, mxArray_tag**, int, mxArray_tag**)(0x08771780, 0, 0xffe47f80, 0) + 270 bytes
[17] libmwm_interpreter.so:inDispatchFromStack(485, 0xf5431a74 "single2eig", 0, 0) + 503 bytes
[18] libmwm_interpreter.so:inDispatchCall(char const*, int, int, int, int*, int*)(0xf5431a74 "single2eig", 485, 0, 0) + 145 bytes
[19] libmwm_interpreter.so:.L522(2, 0, 0, 0) + 141 bytes
[20] libmwm_interpreter.so:inInterPcodeSJ(inDebugCheck, int, int, opcodes, inPcodeNest_tag*)(2, 0, 0, 0) + 300 bytes
[21] libmwm_interpreter.so:inInterPcode(2, 0, 0xffe484f8, 0xf7a26317) + 54 bytes
[22] libmwm_interpreter.so:in_local_call_eval_function(int*, _pcodeheader*, int*, mxArray_tag**, inDebugCheck)(0, 0xffe48ef0, 0xffe48f80, 0xffe48fb8) + 163 bytes
[23] libmwm_interpreter.so:inEvalStringWithIsVarFcn(_memory_context*, char const*, unsigned, EvalType, int, mxArray_tag**, inDebugCheck, _pcodeheader*, int*, bool (*)(void*, char const*), void*)(0xf7f2e464 ", 0x086f5740 "single2eig\n", 11, 0) + 2358 bytes
[24] libmwm_interpreter.so:inEvalCmdNoEnd(0x086f5740 "single2eig\n", 0x086f5740 "single2eig\n", 0xffe49168, 0xf7d2cdc3) + 110 bytes
[25] libmwbridge.so:mnParser(0xf7d02e8b "@@@", 0xf7d02f7b "mnParser", 1, 0xffe49210) + 471 bytes
[26] libmwmcr.so:mcrInstance::mnParser()(0x0809e010, 0, 0xffe4b4a8, 0x0804a90e) + 96 bytes
[27] MATLAB:mcrMain(int, char**)(1, 0xffe4b554 ", 0xffe4b4c8, 0xf7794dd0) + 308 bytes
[28] MATLAB:main(1, 0xffe4b554 ", 0xffe4b55c, 0xf7f4fecd) + 23 bytes
[29] libc.so.6:__libc_start_main~(0x0804a7d0, 1, 0xffe4b554 ", 0x0804a3e4) + 220 bytes
 
  


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