0 Replies Latest reply: Aug 11, 2017 7:54 AM by DONG CHEN RSS

vos_ipc_relmsg_message_read function()

DONG CHEN

Hi There:

     The simulation gives an error as follows:

 

     <<< Program Fault >>>

  * Time:      21:53:40 Fri Aug 11 2017

  * Product:   modeler (32-bit)

  * Program:   modeler (Version 17.1.A PL1 Build 11034 32-bit)

  * System:    Windows NT 6.1 Build 7601

  * Package:   Vos (Virtual Operating System)

  * Function:  vos_ipc_relmsg_message_read

  * Error:     program abort -- Invalid Memory Access

              

  * Function call stack: (builds down)

    ------------------------------------------------------------

             Call   Block

             Count  Line#  Function

    ------------------------------------------------------------

     0)          1    153  0x15685f0a [name not available]

     1)          1   2211  0x76327c14 [name not available]

     2)          1   1102  0x2503e402 [name not available]

     3)          1    155  vos_event_loop

     4)    2353326     82  vos_event_client_vevent_handler

     5)     825805    140  vos_oe_ipc_io_event_handler

     6)     825808   3032  vos_ipc_ports_scan

     7)     414403   4156  vos_ipc_relmsg_handler

     8)    1456017   4572  vos_ipc_relmsg_message_read

    ------------------------------------------------------------

 

<<< Recoverable Error >>>

  * Time:      21:54:28 Fri Aug 11 2017

  * Product:   modeler (64-bit)

  * Program:   op_runsim_opt (Version 17.1.A PL1 Build 11034 64-bit)

  * System:    Windows NT 6.1 Build 7601

  * Package:   Sim/Comm

  * Function:  Function Name Unavailable

  * Error:     Failed to send data to OPNET.

               The OPNET GUI tool may have been terminated.

               Continuing standalone simulation execution.

 

 

  * Function call stack: (builds down)

    [NOTE: Optimized libraries used; call stack is incomplete ]

    [For detailed call stack, set 'kernel_type' to development]

    [or recompile models with 'comp_trace_info' set to TRUE. ]

    ----------------------------------------------

    [No function call stack information available]

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Can anyone fix this problem? Many thanks!