Has anyone seen this type of error on the following platform and the Sun C
Compiler ?? The C program in question returns an integer from main and core
dumps with the error message below. We replaced the return with an exit and
the error disappeared. We ran the program in the de* with check -all
and it gets a segmentation fault on the return statement.
Platform: SunOS oscar 5.4 Generic_101945-36 sun4d sparc
reading symbolic information for prdbc301
core file header read successfully
core file read error: address 0xdf7f1de0 not in data space
error while reading shared library list
program terminated by signal SEGV (no mapping at the fault address)
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Thanx in advance,
Julie M. Kalman