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 debugging at large scale, and will introduce the TVScript feature of TotalView which provides for noninteractive debugging. Because many users of Cray XT systems(More)
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