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Bug#311585: marked as done (mldonkey-server: Fatal error: out-of-bound access in array or string)

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and subject line Bug#311585: mldonkey-server: Fatal error: out-of-bound access in array or string
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Package: mldonkey-server
Version: 2.5.28-2
Severity: normal

I am encountering the serious problem of mlnet crashing with the
following log message:

Fatal error: out-of-bound access in array or string

at the completion of download of any file.

When I restart mlnet, the download resumes, but at a point at which the
last chunk is still missing. So, the problem cycles.

Obviously, it is very frustrating to have waited for a file to download,
and then it stay stuck at in the 90's percentage completion.

Hope there is a solution one day.

-- System Information:
Debian Release: 3.0
Architecture: sparc
Kernel: Linux blitzen.mycom-int.com 2.6.8-2 <SNIP> sparc64

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spiral voice wrote:
> There have been some changes in MLDonkey specific to sparc between
> 2.5.28 and 2.7.7
> but I think the bug you saw was fixed in Ocaml upstream on Jan 4th, 2006:
> Objective Caml 3.09.1:
> Bug fixes:
> - ocamlopt: float alignment problem on SPARC PR#3944
> http://caml.inria.fr/mantis/view.php?id=3944

Ok, thanks. Let's close this since this is a very old bug, encountered
by only one person, which I have not been able to reproduce. If somebody
hits it, it can always be reopened.



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