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Manticore

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Crash at "Correct Folder Date/Time"
« on: October 03, 2015, 16:34:40 »
Correct Folder Date/Time:
MC chrashes, if there is a lot of subfolders with very long paths. It looks like a memory deficit.

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Re: Crash at "Correct Folder Date/Time"
« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2015, 19:17:50 »
I'm not able to recreate this. 

I did not find any crash report that been sent that was a crash during this operation. Did MC send a crash report when it crashed ?
Why do you think it is because of memory ? This process should not use lots of memory?

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Re: Crash at "Correct Folder Date/Time"
« Reply #2 on: October 03, 2015, 22:36:23 »
Here you get a "fine" sample: _ALLG.zip
Inside you will find a sample tree with only one 2-byte-file in the deepest path.
Please unpack my archive direct to root of some (subst) drive for same conditions.

On my server 2008r2 and also Win7/x64 PC I get
- crash for subfolder      F:\_ALLG\EEE\_Weiterbildung\1  or higher
- no crash for subfolder F:\_ALLG\EEE\_Weiterbildung\1\Buecher_Skripte
- no crash for subfolder F:\_ALLG\EEE\_Weiterbildung\Buecher_Skripte

So my (maybe too) simple suggestion is, you use relative paths and if I navigate one level back, the length-sum of all strings will be a lot lower.


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Re: Crash at "Correct Folder Date/Time"
« Reply #3 on: October 05, 2015, 07:27:58 »
I will check