[BangPypers] Python 1.5.2 Application (compiled on PA-RISC) crashes on Itanium
vsapre80 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 12 09:56:48 CET 2011
>From the stack trace, it seems your conjecture 1 is True.
So this is most probably happening because of subtle differences between
PA-RISC and Itanium. Itanium was built to be able to execute almost
everything that PA-RISC can.
However as per the following page below:
you must use "-x allow_incompatible=true" option when you swinstall a
PA-RISC application on compatible Itanium platform. Note 'compatible'.
Have you done that when installing the older python1.5.2 binary on Itanium
I just did a google search to get this far. Have never worked on PA-RISC or
Itanium, only knew superficially about Itanium because I worked for Intel
For more details you would have to wait from some
more knowledgeable answers.
On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 2:00 PM, Wah Meng Wong <wah_meng at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I have a python application running on HP-UX B.11.23 U itanium 64 bit. My
> applicaiton crashes from time to time and I have not been able to trace
> the rootcause as for each crashes, different commands were executed. If I
> my application from a command window, here is the stack trace that it
> behind, and a coredump file is generated.
> tx30ap01 @ /3rd_party/genesis/genadm/genesis/Product/MaterialMgr OHT$
> MatlMgr.py MaterialMgr debug MatlMgr_Query 63656 &
>  7975
> tx30ap01 @ /3rd_party/genesis/genadm/genesis/Product/MaterialMgr OHT$ [HP
> ARIES32]: Core file for 32 bit PA-RISC application
> [HP ARIES32]: /3rd_party/genesis/8.3/Enablers/Python/bin/python saved to
> I have following questions:-
> 1.) Could this berelated to the incompatibility of python binary (python
> version 1.5.2 compiled for PA-RISC processor on an older version of HP-UX,
> in year 2000) and HP-UX Itanium 64-bit platform?
> 2.) Any known issues of incompatibility of python 1.5.2 compiled on
> PA-RISC to
> run on Itanium 64-bit processor and OS?
> 3.) Anyway the core.python file can be inspected (to find out the
> rootcause) if
> I did not run my application with the debugger version of python?
> 4.) What python version is recommended and stable enough to be used on
> Itanium platform if I were to perform a python compilation and upgrade to
> higher version?
> Thanks in advance for any reply!
> Wah Meng
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