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From: Byron Hale <byron.hale@e...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Native compiler support for m68k?
Processor overheating could cause random behavior. Apparently some 
processors operate marginally and will overheat on long, tight loops.


At 11:58 PM 9/5/2003 +0200, you wrote:
>I have had some progress recently, ocamlc.opt works and
>even produces working code now.
>The remaining problem is a bit tougher though, not quite
>deterministic it appears: running
>     ./ocamlopt.opt -I stdlib
>segfaults in either
>   Queue__take_87
>   Cmmgen__transl_all_functions_1418
>   Reload__fundecl_338
>   Asmgen__regalloc_175
>80% of the time it crashes in fundecl.
>What could be the source of such indeterministic behaviour?

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