Gil

Switzerland

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Trying, since 1979, to learn something every day.

Currently working on http://global-wan.ch/ (G-WAN-based Cloud services)

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answered What are the exit status codes for the G-WAN executable?
Jul
31
answered G-Wan uses all available memory
Jul
29
comment G-Wan uses all available memory
The gwan.log [edited] part that contains your HW detection is of crutial importance... so please publish it. This will explain why the program consumes almost 200 MB of RAM and silently crash.
Jul
28
comment G-Wan uses all available memory
Since you have no script (init, maintenance, servlet, handler) your G-WAN setup is used for static contents... Now, regarding the problem itself, a few things like a dump of the "gwan/logs/gwan.log" and "gwan/trace" files would help to shed some more light on what is happening. Also, running as an application rather than as a service would let you get more information in the parent terminal in case of errors.
Jul
13
revised How to calculate how many times each thread executed a critical section in OpenMP?
missing comma
Jul
13
answered GWAN as embeded server for spring boot
Jun
27
revised Accessing an "out-of-bounds" index in an interpreted versus a compiled language
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Jun
27
answered Accessing an "out-of-bounds" index in an interpreted versus a compiled language
Jun
19
comment Where is the configuration file in g-wan?
/etc/init.d files are shell scripts that respond to start, stop, restart, and reload commands to manage a particular service. G-WAN provides an example of such a script: gwan.ch/faq#service
Jun
17
answered Synchronization requirements for DbgHelp functions
Jun
17
comment Where is the configuration file in g-wan?
Added it to the solution above, the link is gwan.ch/developers#handler, check the 2nd tab called 'connection handler'. Can you accept the answer above now?
Jun
17
revised Where is the configuration file in g-wan?
added requested removal of query character
Jun
16
revised How to calculate how many times each thread executed a critical section in OpenMP?
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Jun
16
comment Where is the configuration file in g-wan?
Empty characters are a syntax error in C. And if it were not the case, G-WAN would then not process any dynamic request since that's the query character that defines one.
Jun
16
answered process to compile a code submitted on an online html form and process it using gcc
Jun
16
revised How to calculate how many times each thread executed a critical section in OpenMP?
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Jun
16
comment Where is the configuration file in g-wan?
Then write a G-WAN handler to add it for a specific list of dynamic URLs (that clients will use without specifying any '?'). That's what other servers do with regex engines.
Jun
16
answered How to calculate how many times each thread executed a critical section in OpenMP?
Jun
16
answered Where is the configuration file in g-wan?
Jun
13
comment Initializing, constructing and converting struct to byte array causes misalignment
That's exactly my point: if the issue in not in the USB com, then it is in your code. Then, printf() and hexdump() are your friends to find where you did wrong.
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