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- Date: Wed, 26 May 2004 08:15:21 -0600
- From: sholle at link-comm.com (Steve Holle)
- Subject: INTERNAL_ERROR_RTEMS_API
At 04:19 PM 5/25/2004, Till Straumann wrote:
>Steve Holle wrote:
>>We are using V4.6pre5 for some time. We added some new code to our app,
>>no mods to RTEMS, and everything compiles fine but the new app won't
>>run. We wind up in :
>>_Internal_error_Occured with the Internal_errors_what_happened contents
>>as follows :
>> the_source = INTERNAL_ERROR_RTEMS_API
>> is_internal = 0
>> the_error = 0x48454150 (1212498256d)
>>I have searched the source and can't find the error number. I am also
>>unable to find the error number in the docs. Any idea?
>the_error looks like ASCII to me. Let's see. Indeed, if you decipher
>0x48454150 -> 'HEAP'. However, from quick grepsurfing it is not obvious
>to me how this value can end up there. Sure you have no
>in your application or BSP?
>Maybe your code additions let you run out of memory...
The error turned out to be that we were running out of RAM because we had
the _RamSize variable set to it's default, which I believe is 7M and we
actually have much more. Apparently, The ram used by the rest of the
application grew enough that the size we had set the _HeapSize variable to
exceeded the remaining ram, hence the error.
Thanks for the hint on interpreting the error as ASCII.