[Spread-users] spread issue
caudy at jhu.edu
Wed Apr 30 16:23:41 EDT 2003
These numbers don't make a lot of sense. Mess should be empty... what
you're reporting is either the random contents of mess, or its memory
address. Num groups should be the negative of the number of groups you
need, and endian mismatch should be the negative of the size that mess
needs to hold.
What are the values you are passing for max_mess_len and max_groups?
What are the actual number of groups and message sizes you are using?
Are you certain that the values you are printing are not memory
locations (i.e. if you are not dereferencing the pointers)?
> i read the spread user guide.
> when Buffers or Groups too Short ,endian mismatch will tell me how large
> buffer must be.
> mess= -1074768000 ,
> num_groups=-16777216 ,
> i dont know what these number mean.
> i was bored with this problem, can any one help me to get rid of this
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Ryan Caudy" <caudy at jhu.edu>
> To: "uiki" <uiki at exodus.cs.ccu.edu.tw>
> Cc: "spread-users" <spread-users at lists.spread.org>
> Sent: Monday, April 28, 2003 9:36 AM
> Subject: Re: [Spread-users] spread issue
>>Typically this is a coding problem. If you tell the list more about the
>>version(s) of Spread you're using, or the code you're running, maybe we
>>can give more advice.
>>>why i often get SP_error: (-16) The supplied groups list was too short
>>>is it my coding problem or spread version issue??
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