Hi Solaris Experts:
Is this the group for Visual Workshop for C++ problems? I
haven't been following this for a while.
I'm using Solaris 2.6/X86, Workshop Version 4.0 08/05/97
My machine is a stand alone unit, the WorkShop lives on it.
I can use the basic compile, debug and browse functions for
Recently, when I start the browse function the browser
window freezes. Moving that window reveals the following
<Nour Glass> Starting Source Browsing server...
Also, when quitting what seems like a nice WorkShop session,
I get the following error window:
WorkShop Internal Error
<?> internal error; dump core in /tmp?
Dump Core Exit Only
After attempting these operations, the following error
messages are displayed in the terminal window:
$ Xlib: connection to ":0.0" refused by server
Xlib: Client is not authorized to connect to Server
workshop: warning: MsgSnd::snd_via(): no port -- msg 'SBE_saveSession'
workshop: warning: Msg::fail(): message 'RUDE_DISCONNECT' too short
My compiles are done with the "-sb", build source browser
database, flag. And "-sbquery nonesuch" is run at each make.
I'm running this on a PPro with 1/4 Gig of memory, no file
system is more than %41 percent of capacity.
The swap -l reports:
$ swap -l
swapfile dev swaplo blocks free
/dev/dsk/c0t0d0s1 102,1 8 303040 303040
/files/swapfile - 8 409592 409592
I bumped the file descriptor limit:
$ ulimit -n
Anybody know what's going on?