Please excuse me, this question is not a total LISP question...
I recently purchased a dual 1.2 GHZ AMD Server.
I purchased the box to one main reason - to execute long running
LISP programs. The lisp programs needs to run for weeks at a time.
I installed three products on the box: Office 2000 Pro, WinZip 8, and CLISP.
The general symptom and dies with the following message in
the event viewer:
Event Type: Information
Event Source: Save Dump
Event Category: None
Event ID: 1001
Time: 8:52:16 PM
The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x00000050
(0xec01373d, 0x00000000, 0xec01373d, 0x00000002). Microsoft Windows 2000
[v15.2195]. A dump was saved in: C:\WINNT\Minidump\Mini071101-03.dmp.
I have seen the program execute for a few minutes to 10-12 hours before
The machine has given me once a "blue-screen-of-death" with the following
One might try to jump to the conclusion that it is the LISP program. I have
LISP program running on 4 different boxs. 1. 333 MHZ K6-2 Machine - Wind
2. 800 MHZ AMD - Wind 2000 SP2, 3. 266 MHZ P2 - Nt 4.0 SP 6A, 4. 1.3 GHZ P4
- Wind 2000.
These boxs runs for Days/weeks at a time.. The new box has yet to last 24
If it helps - the application is CPU bound -- All i/o is accomplished though
The current box is Wind 2000 SP2.
I'm using clisp-win32-2.26.
What do you think? I'm in a tight spot, I have a machine in it's current
a paper weight!
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