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erikbilling
Dear list,

we're developing a number of quite complex components using Yarp 2.3.63 and suddenly ran into what we think are memory related problems. It appears that a Yarp module may not consume more than about 200 mb of RAM. When the module tries to allocate more memory than that, it crashes. The same code running outside Yarp (on the same machine) works fine. 

For our setup, we use Windows 7 x64. Components are compiled to 32bit using VC++ 10. There are no general memory problems on the machine (that is, lots of free RAM to allocate). 

Any suggestions of where to look for solutions are welcome. 

Kind regards, 
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Erik Billing,
Assoc. Senior Lecturer,  
University of Skövde

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Re: Yarp memory issue

Lorenzo Natale-2

Hi Erik,

Can you open an issue on github with this information (and maybe the code you use to replicate the problem)?

 

https://github.com/robotology/yarp/issues

 

it will help us track and other users find it.

 

Lorenzo

 

From: Erik Billing [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: venerdì 10 febbraio 2017 15:50
To: [hidden email]
Cc: Haibin Cai <[hidden email]>; Fang Yinfeng Fang <[hidden email]>
Subject: [rc-hackers] Yarp memory issue

 

Dear list,

 

we're developing a number of quite complex components using Yarp 2.3.63 and suddenly ran into what we think are memory related problems. It appears that a Yarp module may not consume more than about 200 mb of RAM. When the module tries to allocate more memory than that, it crashes. The same code running outside Yarp (on the same machine) works fine. 

 

For our setup, we use Windows 7 x64. Components are compiled to 32bit using VC++ 10. There are no general memory problems on the machine (that is, lots of free RAM to allocate). 

 

Any suggestions of where to look for solutions are welcome. 

 

Kind regards, 

-- 

Erik Billing,

Assoc. Senior Lecturer,  

University of Skövde

 

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Erik Billing,

Assoc. Senior Lecturer,  

University of Skövde


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Re: Yarp memory issue

erikbilling
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Thank you Natale, 

we finally resolved the issue, tracked it down to a version conflict with cmake under Windows which strictly speaking does not seem to be related to Yarp itself.

All best, 

tis 14 feb. 2017 kl 10:00 skrev Lorenzo Natale <[hidden email]>:

Hi Erik,

Can you open an issue on github with this information (and maybe the code you use to replicate the problem)?

 

https://github.com/robotology/yarp/issues

 

it will help us track and other users find it.

 

Lorenzo

 

From: Erik Billing [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: venerdì 10 febbraio 2017 15:50
To: [hidden email]
Cc: Haibin Cai <[hidden email]>; Fang Yinfeng Fang <[hidden email]>
Subject: [rc-hackers] Yarp memory issue

 

Dear list,

 

we're developing a number of quite complex components using Yarp 2.3.63 and suddenly ran into what we think are memory related problems. It appears that a Yarp module may not consume more than about 200 mb of RAM. When the module tries to allocate more memory than that, it crashes. The same code running outside Yarp (on the same machine) works fine. 

 

For our setup, we use Windows 7 x64. Components are compiled to 32bit using VC++ 10. There are no general memory problems on the machine (that is, lots of free RAM to allocate). 

 

Any suggestions of where to look for solutions are welcome. 

 

Kind regards, 

-- 

Erik Billing,

Assoc. Senior Lecturer,  

University of Skövde

 

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Assoc. Senior Lecturer,  

University of Skövde

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University of Skövde

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