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how to expand size of Java stack trace to see bottom of stack? (triggering a stack overflow)
Category : Java

In Java, is there any way to view the complete, untruncated stack trace (e.g. by increasing the number of frames recorded), or otherwise get at the bottom of a stack trace? Normally the stack trace is truncated from the top at 1024 frames worth, but for a stack overflow problem this is fairly worthless as you really need to see who made the call that triggered the recursion, down near the bott


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Need a way to periodically log the call stack/stack trace for EVERY method/procedure/function called
Category : Programming Languages

I'm working on a very large application where periodically I'd like to log the ENTIRE call stack up until the current execution point (not on an exception). The idea here is that I want a map of the exact code path that led me to the point that I am. I have been working with madExcept, tooled around with jclDebug and while I can get some of the call stack, I can't seem to get EVERY method/pro


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Is there any way to create a stack traceback and log the call stack to a trace log file that will work with visual C++ 6.0?
Category : C & C++ & C#

I have a legacy codebase that has binary-library dependencies on Visual C++ 6.0 and I cannot obtain source code for those binary libraries. So I am stuck debugging crashes on a Visual C++ 6.0 application. I notice that CrashRpt would be really handy if I could use at least Visual C++ 2005 or later, but since I can't, are there any other choices with at least some kind of global ability to cat


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How to make parent stack active when nested stack responds to route
Category : Web Design
Question

I'm developing a fairly large app and I've run into a problem that seems common. But I haven't been able to find any solutions to it on the spine groups or here at SO.


So the question is, how do I make sure, that parent stacks becomes active when nested stacks responds to a route. How is this solved properly?


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Java stack overflow error - how to increase the stack size in Eclipse?
Category : Programming Languages

I am running a program that I've written in Java in Eclipse. The program has a very deep level of recursion for very large inputs. For smaller inputs the program runs fine however when large inputs are given, I get the following error:


Exception in thread "main" java.lang.StackOverflowError

Can this be solved by increasing the Java stack size and if so, how d


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Return the stack element at a given index without modifying the original Stack in Java
Category : Java

Ok I was recently asked this in an interview, and I am intrigued. Basically I have a stack with a certain set of values, I want to pass the stack object in a function and return the value at certain index. The catch here is that after the function is complete, I need the stack unmodified; which is tricky because Java passes reference by value for objects. I am curious if there is purely a java


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Does Linux .so functions have independent stack of share the stack with the caller?
Category : Operating Systems

It is known each thread has independent stack but what about functions in static shared object in linux system?


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Order of exception handling stack frames on the call stack
Category : Programming Languages

What is the order in which exception handling stack frames are pushed onto the call stack in say C#. If i have a method:


private void MyMethod() {
try {
DoSomething();
}
catch (Exception ex)
{
//Handle
}
}

Is a separate stack frame created for each exception handler as follows?


DoSomet

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I don't understand stack overflow with repeated DispatchMessageW in the call stack
Category : Operating Systems

This is a Delphi application, but I suppose it is a general Windows programming question.


I left my application running (in the Delphi IDE)over the weekend and have just come back to find a Stack Overflow.


The stack starts like this ...


:75c4417e kernel32.GetDriveTypeW + 0x23
:75c452ae kernel32.IsProcessorFeaturePresent + 0xa9
:75c45272 kernel3

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GDB core dump having corrupt stack, showing “Stack frame at Cannot access memory at address 0x12”
Category : Databases

I got an core dump in my application and when I try to analyze it seems that it has corrup stack. Could anyone help me how can get to the root of the problem.


Program terminated with signal 11, Segmentation fault.
#0 0x40173f54 in nanosleep () from /lib/libc.so.6
(gdb) bt
#0 0x40173f54 in nanosleep () from /lib/libc.so.6
#1 0x401b2a1c in __libc_enable_async

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