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Query in memory issue on C code in AIX server

Query in memory issue on C code in AIX server

Query in memory issue on C code in AIX server

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Hi Friends,

I tried to move my C code from SUN OS to AIX. It complied sucessfuly on AIX machine where as it throws some memory related error message during run time. Please advise to fix this issue. Thanks in advance.
Error Message : FATAL:pgmname.c:468:ALLOC@Mar 31 05:06:37.247338@ FAILURE -- failed to allocate 48001236 bytes for pgmname_Startup

RE: Query in memory issue on C code in AIX server

What is on line 468 of pgmname.c and how much memory is it meant to allocate?

RE: Query in memory issue on C code in AIX server

Do you use -b in your link line? -b means different things to the linker on Solaris and AIX. Can't remember what the difference is but I remember there was a subtle difference.

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