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Error code 139 stands for segmentation fault, which means there is an invalid memory access somewhere in the program. Have you tried to debug it?
Yes, error code 139 indicates a seg fault.I went on one of our internal systems and ran shift without any problem. I attached my output.
I ran it as
rccerun -nue 36 -f rc.hosts cshift 10
I built RCCE with icc as
PLATFORMFLAGS=$(BMFLAG) -DSCC -DSHMADD -static -mcpu=pentium -gcc-version=340 -I../include
I built cshift as
make API=gory cshift
If you are still seeing this seq faul, can you post how you built RCCE, how you built SHIft and attach the executable that casues the fault?
shiftOut.txt.zip 1.2 K
Thanks for your assistance. Code runs now without problems. I believe that my error was with compiler flag -DGORY. I added it manually behind of -DSCC flag directly in symbols and don't use option API=gory with make.