[erlang-questions] A simple multiply in the shell will kill the shell and its supervisor
Mon Apr 20 18:05:58 CEST 2009
It is not about number of C's. It should compute even
E=D*D*D*D*D*D*D*D*D*D*D*D*D*D,ok. but what I mean that your statements cause
print out each result. (Notice coma instead of dot.) Your terminal can be
slow for printing or there can be issue with erlang io subsystem. I have
tested that in Konsole (KDE on my Linux) I wait several seconds to print out
E but for examle in vim it will be crash reasonably. I don't know which
console werl and erl uses but I think there may be big difference.
On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 5:51 PM, Steve Kirsch <steve.kirsch@REDACTED>wrote:
> sure, it works with "fewer" C's in the computation. I already knew that.
> What do you meean a problem with io speed?
> I'm not trying to make this computation, I was only doing it for fun and
> was amazed I could crash the shell and its supervisor and nobody restarted
> anything doing something as simple as a multiply.
> Why does this happen and why does it happen only with erl and not werl on
> the same windows machine?
> *From:* Hynek Vychodil [mailto:vychodil.hynek@REDACTED]
> *Sent:* Monday, April 20, 2009 6:15 AM
> *To:* Steve Kirsch
> *Cc:* erlang-questions@REDACTED
> *Subject:* Re: [erlang-questions] A simple multiply in the shell will kill
> the shell and its supervisor
> Try do this:
> There can be problem is with io speed.
> On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 9:32 AM, Steve Kirsch <steve.kirsch@REDACTED>wrote:
>> This only seems to kill erlang's shell permanently using erl on Windows.
>> werl on the same machine works fine.
>> Startup erl on windows.
>> type in one line:
>> 852984. B=A*A*A*A*A. C=B*B*B*B*B*B*B*B*B*B*B. D=C*C*C*C*C*C*C*C*C*C*C.
>> then your erl will stop responding. It isn't in a loop and it isn't
>> using up cpu or crash dumping.
>> It is just completely dead.
>> I've tried this on two completely different PC's running windows XP Pro
>> with the same result. You do it on werl on the same machine, everything
>> is fine. Do it from erl, and it hangs.
>> i am using R12B.
>> inspection via a remote shell reveals that these processes have
>> disappeared from i() listing:
>> <0.26.0> supervisor_bridge:user_sup/1 233
>> 81 0
>> gen_server:loop/6 9
>> <0.28.0> user:server/2 377
>> 600 0
>> user user:get_chars/7 21
>> <0.29.0> erlang:apply/2 4181
>> 4649 0
>> shell:get_command1/5 16
>> <0.35.0> erlang:apply/2 1597
>> 2550 0
>> shell:eval_loop/3 6
>> why is this happening?
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