[Dxspider-support] Spider Crash

Ian J Maude ian at gb7mbc.net
Fri May 30 13:52:25 BST 2008

Yep, me.  It has not happened since you changed the depth though as yet

Ian J Maude, G0VGS
Sysop GB7MBC DX Cluster
K2 #4044 | K3 #455
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On 30 May 2008, at 12:00, Dirk Koopman <djk at tobit.co.uk> wrote:

> Dirk Koopman wrote:
>> IZ5FSA wrote:
>>> I've found the possible error in a couple of data files having  
>>> owner "root".
>>> After doing:
>>> # chown -R sysop.spider spider
>>> # find . -type d -exec chmod 2775 {} \;
>>> # find . -type f -exec chmod 775 {} \;
>>> it seems to work well now.
>>> Only a question: what does those messages mean?
>>> >Route::findroutes: recursion limit reached looking for IV3SCP-6
>>> >Route::findroutes: recursion limit reached looking for VE7CC-1
>>> >Route::findroutes: recursion limit reached looking for IK5ZUK-6
>>> >Route::findroutes: recursion limit reached looking for IQ6NE-6
>> This is something that I have put in to stop the "deep recursion"  
>> crashes that have been occurring recently. This message is really  
>> for my benefit to see how prevalent the problem is. It will go away  
>> in future releases.
> In fact, seeing just how many of these are being produced, I have  
> removed this message and, if you are seeing these, you should update  
> from CVS.
> In the meantime, I want to investigate the "deep recursion" crashes  
> a bit more deeply. Iain G0RDI suggests that this may be confined to  
> (mainly?) Windows. Has anyone running linux had a "deep recursion"  
> crash?
> Dirk
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