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execute Fetch Result return fault even though request clearly says no fault
by Milindur in Programming Languages

The permanent store is memory by the way and I wonder if it's reasonable


Here is the 3 line codes:


PO(request);
fetchedObjects = [moc executeFetchRequest:request error:&error];
PO(fetchedObjects);

The request object:


request: <NSFetchRequest: 0x8eba110> (entity: Business; predicate: (ID IN {"monumen-selamat-datan

Analyzing application fault in msvcr80.dll, fault address 0x00008aa0
by Steve O. in Operating Systems

I'm debugging an intermittent problem in which an application (created using C++ in Visual Studio 2005) is faulting. The event log provides the following information:


faulting module msvcr80.dll
version 8.0.50727.1433
fault address 0x00008aa0

I did a Google search and found many other examples of applications crashing with this particular fault add


Finding Records using Rails without a Match (Fault without Fault Cleared)
by Jorgemr in Databases

I'm attempting to write a site in Rails where a user in a manufacturing plant can see what devices are failing. The program storing the alarm data stores one entry when a device faults, and then stores another entry when the device gets fixed. The entries are linked only by having the same value in the EventAssociationID column. How might I write a named scope in Rails to check whi


Debug app segmentation fault? Compiler's fault?
by Andrew in Programming Languages

I am currently compiling Android Linaro build 11.11 (staging-panda) for pandaboard.


In the build process, Android compiles some tools with the host gcc compiler. On my Linux Mint 12 (Ubuntu-11.10 based), I have gcc-4.6 installed by default.


I built Android, everything runs fine, pandaboard booted, but then starting any application will lead to segmentation fault (signal


Java map / nio / NFS issue causing a VM fault: “a fault occurred in a recent unsafe memory access operation in compiled Java code”
by techthumb in Java

I have written a parser class for a particular binary format (nfdump if anyone is interested) which uses java.nio's MappedByteBuffer to read through files of a few GB each. The binary format is just a series of headers and mostly fixed-size binary records, which are fed out to the called by calling nextRecord(), which pushes on the state machine, returning null when it's done. It performs wel


Fault code: soap:Server Fault string: Server was unable to process request. ---> get out!
by Peter H in Programming Languages

I'm doing web service to import data using the API but I cannot import data because there is an error in soap "Fault code: soap:Server
Fault string: Server was unable to process request. ---> get out!"


What does it mean?


Any help is appreciated.


Thanks in advance! :)


Core Data fetch is not “fault” at first, but becomes “fault”
by joshboles in Operating Systems

I have a singleton Data Manager that has this method:


-(NSArray*)fetchItems
{
NSEntityDescription *entity = [NSEntityDescription
entityForName:@"Item" inManagedObjectContext:self.managedObjectContext];
NSError *error2;
NSFetchRequest *itemFetchRequest = [[NSFetchRequest alloc] init];
[itemFetchRequest setEntity:entity];

Segmentation fault within segmentation fault handler
by cbridi in Operating Systems

Is there some defined behaviour for segmentation faults which happen within segmentation falut handler under Linux?
Will be there another call to the same handler? If so, on all platforms, is it defined and so on.
Thank you.


Segmentation Fault Example not giving Segmentation Fault
by Oli in Programming Languages

I'm trying some segfault examples but none of them is causing the error.


Source code from: http://www.unknownroad.com/rtfm/gdbtut/gdbsegfault.html


The example is the following:


1 : #include <stdio.h>
2 : #include <stdlib.h>
3 : int main(int argc, char **argv)
4 : {
5 : char *buf;
6 :
7 : buf = malloc(1<<

C++ Rnd() Fault
by Paul J Warner in Programming Languages

Guys I'm getting this really weird fault with my program when I run it. This is the important code:


variables (edit):


const short int maxX = 100;
const short int maxZ = 100;
const short int lakeChance = 0.9;

addLake function (edit):


void addLake(Sect sector[][maxZ], int x, int z){
sector[x][z].setMaterial(1);
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