[isabelle-dev] Fwd: [Isabelle-ci] Build failure in Isabelle
nipkow at in.tum.de
Mon Aug 8 13:20:51 CEST 2016
On 08/08/2016 13:13, Manuel Eberl wrote:
> I've heard of negative thermal expansion in some materials, but I don't think
> RAM is subject to it. (scnr)
> In a more serious fashion: I don't see how ambient temperature could affect
> memory usage. I've run into "insufficient memory" and stack overflow problems in
> Isabelle several times lately, usually sporadically and irreproducibly.
On my laptop this happens fairly reliably for some time now with HOL-Proofs or
related sessions. I played around with PolyML parameters, but to no avail.
> Perhaps the times when 32 Bit Isabelle was enough for all applications are
> indeed over.
> On 08/08/16 13:06, Makarius wrote:
>> On 08/08/16 11:14, Lars Hupel wrote:
>>> the latest build failure for the repository is spurious:
>>> *** exception Fail raised (line 83 of "./basis/PolyMLException.sml"):
>>> Insufficient memory
>>> This happened in HOL-Proofs.
>> I have tried Isabelle/1e7c5bbea36d once again with
>> ML_OPTIONS="-H 1000 --gcthreads 2"
>> The result is:
>> Finished HOL-Proofs (0:17:18 elapsed time, 0:33:38 cpu time, factor 1.94)
>> Is the test hardware in an air-conditioned server room? Otherwise we
>> might be actually testing the surrounding temperature or some other
>> environmental effects.
>>> Makarius, it may or may not be connected to
>>> the recent changes you did in proof reconstruction (994d1a1105ef).
>> This is merely for printing, which normally does not happen at all.
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