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Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 19:25:13 GMT
Reply-To:     Don Stanley <dstanle@ibm.net>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From:         Don Stanley <ibm.net@UNDEFINED.BITNET>
Organization: Advantis
Subject:      Re: AF, it should be smiple (sic!) (fwd)

David Johnson <djohnson@WERPLE.NET.AU> writes:

Brilliant problem. I got this very early on with 6.11 ... on my Toshiba Satellite 2130cs. I never heard of anyone else getting this before. It went away when I did a number of things, any one of which may have fixed the problem --

defrag the hard drive set permanent swapper to 55mg set files to 60 in config.sys run memmaker remove my IBM Internet Connection for Windows (went back after memmaker and ok)

I don't recall if I tracked this, but if I did no reply was forthcoming. I did these things after it happened, but I don't remember what I was doing at the time to cause the problems. I remember showing the screen to people at work and having to do an off/on to stop SAS.

Don

>Reply-To: David Johnson <djohnson@WERPLE.NET.AU> >Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L%VTVM1.BITNET@VTBIT.CC.VT.EDU> >From: David Johnson <djohnson@WERPLE.NET.AU> >Subject: AF, it should be smiple (sic!) (fwd) >Lines: 55 > >It is a smiple, sorry simple, application. Maintain a set of Graphics >catalogs with with graphs of current payments value by date in financiaol >year, stratified by type of payee. Then save last years final graphs in >another catalog. Maintain lists of the graphs in Dataset views, and set >up a Frame application with some SCL code to populate list boxes from the >views, and select graphs for display. It works wonderfully with one >catalog, and I can maintain two lists on the one screen for different >perspectives on the same problem, and switch between them with no problem. > >So I added a selection object, labelled it with the fin year values and >used its value for a simple IF DO; ELSE DO to delete the current lists, >change the catalog search paths, repopulate the lists from the other >catalogs (ie the other financial year) and put up the select screen again. > >Well, the list is faulty, and somewhere I have an earlier note on why >this happened, which I will find. But in switching from this year, to >last, picking up a graph, and then switching back to this, SAS has caused >a little glitch:-) > >Repeatedly; >OVERLAPPING BLOCKS IN VMFREE (800020A0) > >Alternating with the same message accompanied by >SAS IS TERMINATING DUE TO A SERIOUS INTERNAL ERROR > >Followed by repeatedly >POINTER NOT IN POOL VMFREE (8000209F) > >Followed by repeatedly >CORRUPTED POOL HEADER IN VMPOOLD (80002092) > >And the machine hangs up and has to be cold booted. > >OK, so have you seen this error before? Is it a bug the next release will >fix? If you've significant experience in AF I'll drop you the code, >otherwise I won't waste your time. > >Platform is a Toshiba Satellite Pro 400CDT laptop, 40MB RAM, Pentium >75MHz processor, 850MB HD, 1.2GB external HD, running Win 3.11 under >DOS6.22 and SAS V6.11 Orlando!! > >Thanks for any help > >regards > > >*/------------------------------------------------------------------------* >| It's in your hands, concentrate or kill. Drink, drive; bloody idiot.| >*-------------------------------------------------------------------------* >| Written here is my opinion, TAC company policy is expressed elsewhere. | >*-------------------------------------------------------------------------* >| David H. Johnson Senior Research Analyst Strategy & Research TAC | >| GPO Box 2751Y Melbourne Vic. Australia 3001 (613) 9664 6492 | >*-------------------------------------------------------------------------* >| Don't shoot me, I'm only a viola player. | >-------------------------------------------------------------------------/*


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