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icon4.gif   Elogd crashes on search, posted by Laurent Jean-Rigaud on Fri Jan 31 15:17:04 2020 
    icon2.gif   Re: Elogd crashes on search, posted by Stefan Ritt on Fri Jan 31 15:27:21 2020 
       icon2.gif   Re: Elogd crashes on search, posted by Laurent Jean-Rigaud on Fri Jan 31 15:34:56 2020 
          icon2.gif   Re: Elogd crashes on search, posted by Stefan Ritt on Fri Jan 31 15:46:09 2020 
             icon2.gif   Re: Elogd crashes on search, posted by Laurent Jean-Rigaud on Mon Feb 3 13:31:15 2020 
                icon2.gif   Re: Elogd crashes on search, posted by Laurent Jean-Rigaud on Tue Feb 4 13:56:51 2020 
                   icon2.gif   Re: Elogd crashes on search, posted by Laurent Jean-Rigaud on Tue Feb 4 17:07:02 2020 
                      icon2.gif   Re: Elogd crashes on search, posted by Stefan Ritt on Tue Feb 4 17:19:49 2020 
                         icon2.gif   Re: Elogd crashes on search, posted by Laurent Jean-Rigaud on Tue Feb 4 18:33:56 2020 
                            icon2.gif   Re: Elogd crashes on search, posted by Stefan Ritt on Tue Feb 11 12:12:49 2020 
                               icon2.gif   Re: Elogd crashes on search, posted by Laurent Jean-Rigaud on Fri Feb 21 14:42:25 2020 
Message ID: 69113     Entry time: Tue Feb 11 12:12:49 2020     In reply to: 69112     Reply to this: 69117
Icon: Reply  Author: Stefan Ritt  Author Email: stefan.ritt@psi.ch 
Category: Bug report  OS: Linux  ELOG Version: 3.14 RPM 
Subject: Re: Elogd crashes on search 

Thanks for the detailed investiations and report. Finally I could reproduce the problem by having messages with a text body size close to 250000 bytes (some internal limit). Never thought that someone really has the patience to write 250'000 chars in a single message, but I guess you did some copy/paste from a large file. Thought in such cases people use attachments. Nevertheless, I fixed an internal memory allocation problem, now it shoudl be fine to have such large messages. Change is committed.

Stefan

Laurent Jean-Rigaud wrote:

Stefan,

I cut the log in two parts w/o modifying the content and the search runs. It seems that the size of this entrie 426 is closed to a limit (as during testing, i met a message after clicking save to recompile elog to increase a size of something), so it could be the problem.

I reduced the entrie size by extracting the last part in a new entrie and it seems to be OK.

The old size was 250099 bytes. New size is 240084.

I hope this will be OK.

Regards

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