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Old 2007-11-28, 05:04   #12
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AFAIK, A 32-bit kernel cannot execute a 64-bit binary at all.
Okay, I guess that would eliminate the possibility of the problem being caused by the program running on a 32-bit OS.

I guess I'd try downloading a fresh copy of sr1sieve, then, to see if that fixes things.

Also, does the 32-bit version work fine on the same system with the same sieve file? That might help us isolate the problem a bit (i.e. that would eliminate the possibility of a bad sieve file causing the problem).
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Old 2007-12-02, 01:37   #13
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I've executed "sr1sieve-1.2.2-windows-x86-64" on two Vista 64-bit operating systems with the same results:

"Faulting application sr1sieve.exe, version 0.0.0.0, time stamp 0x4731ac12, faulting module sr1sieve.exe, version 0.0.0.0, time stamp 0x4731ac12, exception code 0xc0000005, fault offset 0x000000000000745c, process id 0xd38, application start time 0x01c83162273cf469."

This happens just after the output:

Read XXX terms for XXX*2^n-1 from NewPGen file `XXX.txt'.
I compile the Win64 executable using a cross-compiler from Linux, and don't have any way to test it myself, so it is possible that there is a fault in the executable.

It would be most useful if you could test the executable in sr2sieve-1.6.13-windows-x86-64.zip on the same machine, just to rule out the possibility that there is something specific to your system. There is a test input file with instructions for sr5sieve (also works with sr2sieve) at http://www.geocities.com/g_w_reynold...s/sr5check.zip.

Could you also try sr1sieve-1.1.11-windows-x86-64.zip? There is a similar test file for sr1sieve at http://www.geocities.com/g_w_reynold...e/sr1check.zip.

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Old 2007-12-02, 02:19   #14
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Hi geoff,

"sr2sieve-1.6.13-windows-x86-64" runs great on 64-bit Vista.

"sr1sieve-1.1.11-windows-x86-64" crashes with the same unknown Exception Code: c0000005 at the same point on 64-bit Vista.

I managed to build "sr1sieve-1.2.2" with MSYS and "mingw-w64-bin_x86-64-mingw32_20071021" on 64-bit Vista but I had to set "ASSEMBLER=no". However, it crashed at the same point as well. I have the memory dump if you would like to examine it.

sr1sieve-1.2.2 completely outperforms everything else on Gentoo x86_64. Thanks!
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Old 2007-12-02, 22:53   #15
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"sr1sieve-1.1.11-windows-x86-64" crashes with the same unknown Exception Code: c0000005 at the same point on 64-bit Vista.
I have found a bug, but am not 100% sure that it is the one causing your crash. See here for details.

If sr1sieve version 1.2.3 still crashes, please send me a copy of your input file and exact command line used.
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