Chris Gottbrath

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Memory bugs, essentially a mistake in the management of heap memory, can occur in any program that is being written, enhanced, or maintained. A memory bug can be caused by a number of factors, including failure to check for error conditions; relying on nonstandard behavior; memory leaks including failure to free memory; dangling references such as failure(More)
Debugging at large scale on the Cray XT can involve a combination of interactive and non-interactive debugging; the paper will review subset attach and provide some recommendations for interactive de-bugging at large scale, and will introduce the TVScript feature of TotalView which provides for non-interactive debugging. Because many users of Cray XT(More)
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