[R] Bug in R 2.4.1 ?
murdoch at stats.uwo.ca
Mon Apr 23 17:20:02 CEST 2007
On 4/23/2007 10:56 AM, Sebastian Weber wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I'm using hdf5 files to store results from intermediate calculations.
> These are usually part of a list, called "res". As I want the hdf-files
> to contain all the members of res in its top "directory", I used to do
> do.call("hdf5save", args=c(fileout=file.path(dir, ofile),
> which did what I wanted (R version 2.3.1 under ubuntu edgy). Since the
> upgrade to ubuntu feisty fawn which ships with R 2.4.1, the code above
> causes a crash:
> *** caught segfault ***
> address 0x11, cause 'memory not mapped'
> 1: .External("do_hdf5save", call, sys.frame(sys.parent()),
> fileout, ..., PACKAGE = "hdf5")
> 2: hdf5save(fileout =
> "newman", "hist", "graphProp", "graphBins")
> 3: do.call("hdf5save", args = c(fileout = file.path(dir, ofile),
> 4: avgGraphData(dir = "tex/ABpattern_pub/data/knnTest")
> Any ideas on how to fix this or what is wrong? To me it seems to be a
> bug introduced in R 2.4.1.
hdf5save is a function in the hdf5 contributed package, so you should
start with its maintainer, Marcus G. Daniels <mdaniels at lanl.gov>. But
before you bother him, make sure you're using the latest release of it.
If you still have problems, give him the usual details requested in
the posting guide.
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