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Segmentation Fault while importing "DataFrames" into the current namespace

Ayush Pandey
Hi,

I added DataFrames package using Pkg.add("DataFrames")
When I tried
using DataFrames

My julia console exit with the following message:

signal (11): Segmentation fault
while loading no file, in expression starting on line 0
jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1580
jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
[inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1171
jl_deserialize_datatype at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1571
jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1380
jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1450
jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1598
jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1598
jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1598
jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
[inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1240
jl_deserialize_datatype at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1571
jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1502
jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1380
jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
_jl_restore_incremental at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:2277
jl_restore_incremental at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:2355
_require_from_serialized at ./loading.jl:165
unknown function (ip: 0x8aa2652e)
[inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia_internal.h:69
jl_call_method_internal at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1906
_require_from_serialized at ./loading.jl:193
require at ./loading.jl:323
unknown function (ip: 0xb3a458ee)
jl_apply_generic at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1909
eval_import_path_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/toplevel.c:381
[inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/toplevel.c:407
eval_import_path at /home/hduser/julia/src/toplevel.c:456
[inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia.h:1559
jl_eh_restore_state at /home/hduser/julia/src/builtins.c:548
jl_toplevel_eval_in at /home/hduser/julia/src/builtins.c:521
eval at ./boot.jl:267
jl_apply_generic at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1909
[inline] at ./REPL.jl:3
eval_user_input at ./REPL.jl:62
unknown function (ip: 0x8ab2c45a)
jl_apply_generic at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1909
[inline] at ./REPL.jl:92
#1 at ./task.jl:59
unknown function (ip: 0x8abc5451)
[inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia_internal.h:69
jl_call_method_internal at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1906
[inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia.h:1410
jl_apply at /home/hduser/julia/src/task.c:246
Allocations: 5912338 (Pool: 5910898; Big: 1440); GC: 27
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

My Julia version info is:
Julia Version 0.5.0-dev+2718
Commit ed460e4* (2016-02-17 14:19 UTC)
Platform Info:
  System: Linux (i686-linux-gnu)
  CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3210M CPU @ 2.50GHz
  WORD_SIZE: 32
  BLAS: libopenblas (DYNAMIC_ARCH NO_AFFINITY Nehalem)
  LAPACK: libopenblas
  LIBM: libopenlibm
  LLVM: libLLVM-3.7.1

Is there some problem with the julia source itself ?
Any help would be appreciated :)

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Re: Segmentation Fault while importing "DataFrames" into the current namespace

Milan Bouchet-Valat
Le vendredi 02 septembre 2016 à 14:35 -0700, Ayush Pandey a écrit :

> Hi,
>
> I added DataFrames package using Pkg.add("DataFrames")
> When I tried
> using DataFrames
>
> My julia console exit with the following message:
>
> signal (11): Segmentation fault
> while loading no file, in expression starting on line 0
> jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1580
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1171
> jl_deserialize_datatype at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1571
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1380
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1450
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1598
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1598
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1598
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1240
> jl_deserialize_datatype at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1571
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1502
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1380
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> _jl_restore_incremental at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:2277
> jl_restore_incremental at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:2355
> _require_from_serialized at ./loading.jl:165
> unknown function (ip: 0x8aa2652e)
> [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia_internal.h:69
> jl_call_method_internal at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1906
> _require_from_serialized at ./loading.jl:193
> require at ./loading.jl:323
> unknown function (ip: 0xb3a458ee)
> jl_apply_generic at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1909
> eval_import_path_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/toplevel.c:381
> [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/toplevel.c:407
> eval_import_path at /home/hduser/julia/src/toplevel.c:456
> [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia.h:1559
> jl_eh_restore_state at /home/hduser/julia/src/builtins.c:548
> jl_toplevel_eval_in at /home/hduser/julia/src/builtins.c:521
> eval at ./boot.jl:267
> jl_apply_generic at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1909
> [inline] at ./REPL.jl:3
> eval_user_input at ./REPL.jl:62
> unknown function (ip: 0x8ab2c45a)
> jl_apply_generic at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1909
> [inline] at ./REPL.jl:92
> #1 at ./task.jl:59
> unknown function (ip: 0x8abc5451)
> [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia_internal.h:69
> jl_call_method_internal at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1906
> [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia.h:1410
> jl_apply at /home/hduser/julia/src/task.c:246
> Allocations: 5912338 (Pool: 5910898; Big: 1440); GC: 27
> Segmentation fault (core dumped)
>
> My Julia version info is:
> Julia Version 0.5.0-dev+2718
> Commit ed460e4* (2016-02-17 14:19 UTC)
> Platform Info:
>   System: Linux (i686-linux-gnu)
>   CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3210M CPU @ 2.50GHz
>   WORD_SIZE: 32
>   BLAS: libopenblas (DYNAMIC_ARCH NO_AFFINITY Nehalem)
>   LAPACK: libopenblas
>   LIBM: libopenlibm
>   LLVM: libLLVM-3.7.1
>
> Is there some problem with the julia source itself ?
> Any help would be appreciated :)
Thanks for the report. Is there any reason why you're using an old
version of Julia 0.5.0-dev? Better use either 0.4.6 or the latest 0.5.0
release candidate.


Regards

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Re: Segmentation Fault while importing "DataFrames" into the current namespace

Ayush Pandey-2
I built the julia version 6 months back with lots of debugging largely because I am behind firewall and julia seems to have an issue with it.

Interestingly, all other packages work with my current julia version. Only DataFrames.jl is throwing segmentation fault.

Yours Sincerely,
Ayush Pandey        
ayush-iitkgp.github.io/

On Sat, Sep 3, 2016 at 3:18 AM, Milan Bouchet-Valat <[hidden email]> wrote:
Le vendredi 02 septembre 2016 à 14:35 -0700, Ayush Pandey a écrit :
> Hi,
>
> I added DataFrames package using Pkg.add("DataFrames")
> When I tried
> using DataFrames
>
> My julia console exit with the following message:
>
> signal (11): Segmentation fault
> while loading no file, in expression starting on line 0
> jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1580
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1171
> jl_deserialize_datatype at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1571
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1380
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1450
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1598
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1598
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1598
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1240
> jl_deserialize_datatype at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1571
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1502
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1380
> jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> _jl_restore_incremental at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:2277
> jl_restore_incremental at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:2355
> _require_from_serialized at ./loading.jl:165
> unknown function (ip: 0x8aa2652e)
> [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia_internal.h:69
> jl_call_method_internal at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1906
> _require_from_serialized at ./loading.jl:193
> require at ./loading.jl:323
> unknown function (ip: 0xb3a458ee)
> jl_apply_generic at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1909
> eval_import_path_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/toplevel.c:381
> [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/toplevel.c:407
> eval_import_path at /home/hduser/julia/src/toplevel.c:456
> [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia.h:1559
> jl_eh_restore_state at /home/hduser/julia/src/builtins.c:548
> jl_toplevel_eval_in at /home/hduser/julia/src/builtins.c:521
> eval at ./boot.jl:267
> jl_apply_generic at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1909
> [inline] at ./REPL.jl:3
> eval_user_input at ./REPL.jl:62
> unknown function (ip: 0x8ab2c45a)
> jl_apply_generic at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1909
> [inline] at ./REPL.jl:92
> #1 at ./task.jl:59
> unknown function (ip: 0x8abc5451)
> [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia_internal.h:69
> jl_call_method_internal at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1906
> [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia.h:1410
> jl_apply at /home/hduser/julia/src/task.c:246
> Allocations: 5912338 (Pool: 5910898; Big: 1440); GC: 27
> Segmentation fault (core dumped)
>
> My Julia version info is:
> Julia Version 0.5.0-dev+2718
> Commit ed460e4* (2016-02-17 14:19 UTC)
> Platform Info:
>   System: Linux (i686-linux-gnu)
>   CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3210M CPU @ 2.50GHz
>   WORD_SIZE: 32
>   BLAS: libopenblas (DYNAMIC_ARCH NO_AFFINITY Nehalem)
>   LAPACK: libopenblas
>   LIBM: libopenlibm
>   LLVM: libLLVM-3.7.1
>
> Is there some problem with the julia source itself ?
> Any help would be appreciated :)
Thanks for the report. Is there any reason why you're using an old
version of Julia 0.5.0-dev? Better use either 0.4.6 or the latest 0.5.0
release candidate.


Regards

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Re: Segmentation Fault while importing "DataFrames" into the current namespace

Milan Bouchet-Valat
Le samedi 03 septembre 2016 à 23:26 +0530, Ayush Pandey a écrit :
> I built the julia version 6 months back with lots of debugging
> largely because I am behind firewall and julia seems to have an issue
> with it.
>
> Interestingly, all other packages work with my current julia version.
> Only DataFrames.jl is throwing segmentation fault.
Maybe, but you're unlikely to find people willing to debug crashes on
an arbitrary git commit from 6 months ago. There have been improvements
recently in Julia regarding git and network issues, so I encourage you
to try the latest binaries.


Regards


> Yours Sincerely,
> Ayush Pandey         
> ayush-iitkgp.github.io/
>
> On Sat, Sep 3, 2016 at 3:18 AM, Milan Bouchet-Valat <[hidden email]
> r> wrote:
> > Le vendredi 02 septembre 2016 à 14:35 -0700, Ayush Pandey a écrit :
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I added DataFrames package using Pkg.add("DataFrames")
> > > When I tried
> > > using DataFrames
> > >
> > > My julia console exit with the following message:
> > >
> > > signal (11): Segmentation fault
> > > while loading no file, in expression starting on line 0
> > > jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1580
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1171
> > > jl_deserialize_datatype at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1571
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1380
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1450
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1598
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1598
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1598
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1240
> > > jl_deserialize_datatype at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1571
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1502
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1380
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > _jl_restore_incremental at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:2277
> > > jl_restore_incremental at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:2355
> > > _require_from_serialized at ./loading.jl:165
> > > unknown function (ip: 0x8aa2652e)
> > > [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia_internal.h:69
> > > jl_call_method_internal at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1906
> > > _require_from_serialized at ./loading.jl:193
> > > require at ./loading.jl:323
> > > unknown function (ip: 0xb3a458ee)
> > > jl_apply_generic at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1909
> > > eval_import_path_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/toplevel.c:381
> > > [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/toplevel.c:407
> > > eval_import_path at /home/hduser/julia/src/toplevel.c:456
> > > [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia.h:1559
> > > jl_eh_restore_state at /home/hduser/julia/src/builtins.c:548
> > > jl_toplevel_eval_in at /home/hduser/julia/src/builtins.c:521
> > > eval at ./boot.jl:267
> > > jl_apply_generic at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1909
> > > [inline] at ./REPL.jl:3
> > > eval_user_input at ./REPL.jl:62
> > > unknown function (ip: 0x8ab2c45a)
> > > jl_apply_generic at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1909
> > > [inline] at ./REPL.jl:92
> > > #1 at ./task.jl:59
> > > unknown function (ip: 0x8abc5451)
> > > [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia_internal.h:69
> > > jl_call_method_internal at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1906
> > > [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia.h:1410
> > > jl_apply at /home/hduser/julia/src/task.c:246
> > > Allocations: 5912338 (Pool: 5910898; Big: 1440); GC: 27
> > > Segmentation fault (core dumped)
> > >
> > > My Julia version info is:
> > > Julia Version 0.5.0-dev+2718
> > > Commit ed460e4* (2016-02-17 14:19 UTC)
> > > Platform Info:
> > >   System: Linux (i686-linux-gnu)
> > >   CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3210M CPU @ 2.50GHz
> > >   WORD_SIZE: 32
> > >   BLAS: libopenblas (DYNAMIC_ARCH NO_AFFINITY Nehalem)
> > >   LAPACK: libopenblas
> > >   LIBM: libopenlibm
> > >   LLVM: libLLVM-3.7.1
> > >
> > > Is there some problem with the julia source itself ?
> > > Any help would be appreciated :)
> > Thanks for the report. Is there any reason why you're using an old
> > version of Julia 0.5.0-dev? Better use either 0.4.6 or the latest
> > 0.5.0
> > release candidate.
> >
> >
> > Regards
> >
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Re: Segmentation Fault while importing "DataFrames" into the current namespace

Ayush Pandey-2
Thanks!! I updated my julia version with the current master. The error no longer persists.

Yours Sincerely,
Ayush Pandey        
ayush-iitkgp.github.io/

On Sat, Sep 3, 2016 at 11:32 PM, Milan Bouchet-Valat <[hidden email]> wrote:
Le samedi 03 septembre 2016 à 23:26 +0530, Ayush Pandey a écrit :
> I built the julia version 6 months back with lots of debugging
> largely because I am behind firewall and julia seems to have an issue
> with it.
>
> Interestingly, all other packages work with my current julia version.
> Only DataFrames.jl is throwing segmentation fault.
Maybe, but you're unlikely to find people willing to debug crashes on
an arbitrary git commit from 6 months ago. There have been improvements
recently in Julia regarding git and network issues, so I encourage you
to try the latest binaries.


Regards


> Yours Sincerely,
> Ayush Pandey         
> ayush-iitkgp.github.io/
>
> On Sat, Sep 3, 2016 at 3:18 AM, Milan Bouchet-Valat <[hidden email]
> r> wrote:
> > Le vendredi 02 septembre 2016 à 14:35 -0700, Ayush Pandey a écrit :
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I added DataFrames package using Pkg.add("DataFrames")
> > > When I tried
> > > using DataFrames
> > >
> > > My julia console exit with the following message:
> > >
> > > signal (11): Segmentation fault
> > > while loading no file, in expression starting on line 0
> > > jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1580
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1171
> > > jl_deserialize_datatype at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1571
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1380
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1450
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1598
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1598
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1598
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1240
> > > jl_deserialize_datatype at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1571
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1502
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > jl_deserialize_value_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1380
> > > jl_deserialize_value at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:1303
> > > _jl_restore_incremental at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:2277
> > > jl_restore_incremental at /home/hduser/julia/src/dump.c:2355
> > > _require_from_serialized at ./loading.jl:165
> > > unknown function (ip: 0x8aa2652e)
> > > [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia_internal.h:69
> > > jl_call_method_internal at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1906
> > > _require_from_serialized at ./loading.jl:193
> > > require at ./loading.jl:323
> > > unknown function (ip: 0xb3a458ee)
> > > jl_apply_generic at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1909
> > > eval_import_path_ at /home/hduser/julia/src/toplevel.c:381
> > > [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/toplevel.c:407
> > > eval_import_path at /home/hduser/julia/src/toplevel.c:456
> > > [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia.h:1559
> > > jl_eh_restore_state at /home/hduser/julia/src/builtins.c:548
> > > jl_toplevel_eval_in at /home/hduser/julia/src/builtins.c:521
> > > eval at ./boot.jl:267
> > > jl_apply_generic at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1909
> > > [inline] at ./REPL.jl:3
> > > eval_user_input at ./REPL.jl:62
> > > unknown function (ip: 0x8ab2c45a)
> > > jl_apply_generic at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1909
> > > [inline] at ./REPL.jl:92
> > > #1 at ./task.jl:59
> > > unknown function (ip: 0x8abc5451)
> > > [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia_internal.h:69
> > > jl_call_method_internal at /home/hduser/julia/src/gf.c:1906
> > > [inline] at /home/hduser/julia/src/julia.h:1410
> > > jl_apply at /home/hduser/julia/src/task.c:246
> > > Allocations: 5912338 (Pool: 5910898; Big: 1440); GC: 27
> > > Segmentation fault (core dumped)
> > >
> > > My Julia version info is:
> > > Julia Version 0.5.0-dev+2718
> > > Commit ed460e4* (2016-02-17 14:19 UTC)
> > > Platform Info:
> > >   System: Linux (i686-linux-gnu)
> > >   CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3210M CPU @ 2.50GHz
> > >   WORD_SIZE: 32
> > >   BLAS: libopenblas (DYNAMIC_ARCH NO_AFFINITY Nehalem)
> > >   LAPACK: libopenblas
> > >   LIBM: libopenlibm
> > >   LLVM: libLLVM-3.7.1
> > >
> > > Is there some problem with the julia source itself ?
> > > Any help would be appreciated :)
> > Thanks for the report. Is there any reason why you're using an old
> > version of Julia 0.5.0-dev? Better use either 0.4.6 or the latest
> > 0.5.0
> > release candidate.
> >
> >
> > Regards
> >
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