Failed To Fork Cannot Allocate Memory Ubuntu 9.10
I provide usually all details that seems to be important for me, i you need more, tell me which commands to execute. must have been close to finish. P.S. BigPick (wpickard) wrote on 2007-11-02: #89 Bug filed, linky: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/python-apt/+bug/159638 Tzvetan Mikov (tmikov) wrote on 2007-11-02: Re: [Bug 107188] Re: [MASTER] [kde] Upgrade tool crashed with " Cannot allocate memory" #90 check over here
Currently there are two memory leaks occurring as far as I can tell, only one of which I have identified and addressed in the patch. Find More Posts by postcd 06-05-2016, 01:03 PM #11 rtmistler Moderator Registered: Mar 2011 Location: Sutton, MA. Provide a fixed updater, and the defect can be closed. Notices Welcome to LinuxQuestions.org, a friendly and active Linux Community.
And after it fails, memory is free again. Retrying (currentTry: %s)" % (e,currentRetry)) > currentRetry += 1 > continue > + except OSError, e: > + logging.exception("cache.commit()") > + # deal gracefully with: > + # OSError: [Errno 12] I then received a dialog asking permission to remove obsolete packages which I allowed. Good luck!
Programming :: Memory Allocate In Function And Call It By Reference For Array Structure? Why am I getting this error and what do I do to stop it happening? regards, Tzvetan Tzvetan Mikov (tmikov) wrote on 2007-11-03: Re: [MASTER] [kde] Upgrade tool crashed with " Cannot allocate memory" #91 Here is the workaround which worked for me: * Download the Scientific Linux How To Install10.
app.run() File "/tmp/kde-root/adept_updatertujGJb.tmp-extract/DistUpgradeControler.py", line 1025, in run self.fullUpgrade() File "/tmp/kde-root/adept_updatertujGJb.tmp-extract/DistUpgradeControler.py", line 1014, in fullUpgrade self.doPostUpgrade() File "/tmp/kde-root/adept_updatertujGJb.tmp-extract/DistUpgradeControler.py", line 740, in doPostUpgrade res = self.cache.commit(fprogress,iprogress) File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/apt/cache.py", line 204, in commit if There could have been a process running in the background that might have taken some memory (g++), but I've never had OOM situations on this laptop before while doing rebuilds of Box 302287; Austin, Texas 78703-2287 ___________________________________________________ -----Original Message----- From:
Javier -- [Snipped, thank you... Exactly same message. I will run the test again on my other sandbox tower as soon as I revert it back to a Feisty install. When the weather is displaying, the memory usage increases over time.
All in all, I'm NOT impressed: 0 out of 5 upgrades successful. It has not lost any connectivity - as can be noticed. Retrying (currentTry: %s)" % (e,currentRetry)) currentRetry += 1 continue + except OSError, e: + logging.exception("cache.commit()") + # deal gracefully with: + # OSError: [Errno 12] Cannot allocate memory + if e.errno I will submit this as a new bug against the python-apt package in a moment.
I would say it is not the bash script itself, but a special command inside... 1 members found this post helpful. http://outwardsound.com/failed-to/failed-to-enumerate-cannot-prune.html Jun 22, 2010 Last night a RHEL server in our cluster unexpectedly ran out of memory and became unable to perform its purpose. So I kept on trying, and that seems to have worked (still working on the apache installation). I wonder if for the others: === modified file 'DistUpgrade/DistUpgradeController.py' --- DistUpgrade/DistUpgradeController.py 2009-11-03 16:03:25 +0000 +++ DistUpgrade/DistUpgradeController.py 2009-11-13 13:01:00 +0000 @@ -1040,6 +1040,18 @@ logging.error("IOError in cache.commit(): '%s'.
View 5 Replies View Related Programming :: Memory Allocate In Function And Call It By Reference For Array Structure? It seems that the upgrade was succesfull (system is working ok) and the only problem was these packages, which i removed afterwards manually. How are the things going? this content On 10/25/07, FerranRius
My question is: do you think the lack of memory was really the problem here? I'm told: Unable to run plug-in "jpeg" (/usr/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/jpeg) Failed to fork (Cannot allocate memory) And when I try to save an image I worked on before this problem arose it says: Stephan (stephan-h) wrote on 2007-04-20: #14 main.log Edit (21.0 KiB, text/plain) The only warnings I could find in my main.log are WARNING no activity on terminal for 240 seconds (Configuring libssl0.9.8)
My best to you...Leland. –Leland Kristie Feb 23 '13 at 15:50 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote If you're having this issue using Ruby on Rails with Digital Ocean
SOON (dsl395035) wrote on 2007-04-25: Bug screwed up my apt database? #34 I've noticed since my upgrade from 6.10 til 7.04, that my package lists i adept is screwed up: I Calabacin (raulgarciag) wrote on 2007-04-22: #26 Hi I just got this same problem. The > second appears to be coming from the fetching of backport archives, > which occurs prior to the main upgrade. Thanks, Michael BigPick (wpickard) wrote on 2007-11-04: #94 Download full text (3.5 KiB) OMG its Michael!
March 6 0 Epoch Date Conversion May 31 0 Determine That An Object (button) Make Collusion With Clone Of Itself July 10 0 Tagsis:issue is:open postalCode blackberry 8520 os 2106 Does And i provided only error that appears as a result of the execution (the Unable to fork one). The human race divides politically into those who want people to be controlled and those who have no such desire. have a peek at these guys Cheers, Michael wateenellende (fpbeekhof) wrote on 2007-11-06: Re: [Bug 107188] Re: [patch] Upgrade tool crashed with " Cannot allocate memory" #96 There are specialized memory debugging tools, for example "valgrind".
I can't risk it - apparently here some people's machines were hosed after the crash (shouldn't there be something on the main site, to warn people temporarily against upgrading). I have 512meg of ram and 2gig swap drive. I did an upgrade about four times from edgy to feisty and ran into the same problem each time. This error is listed in the putty faq ( url ) under A.7.5, there is a brief explaintion of the cure under A.7.6.there is mention of a login script but I
For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. After reloading each of these I have KDE up and runnning again...o and startkde was no longer being called. I wonder how many people who have experienced this bug are running Broadcom WiFi cards with fwcutter or ndiswrapper?