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Cannot run the tau-tools - cgm is coring



Dear tool researchers,

I just received a copy of your SAGE/TAU toolset (Version 1.3.1, in
pc++sage++-1.3.1.tar), and tried to test it on a uniprocessor system
(Sparc10, running SunOS 4.1.3).

After finishing the installation procedures, I am not able to run
the following tools (neither using tau nor from shell) on the programs
of the TestSuite (e.g. on Grid):

	fancy	classy	racy

Unfortunately, they are producing messages like


sunbode28(dimke).261% fancy
child killed: segmentation violation
    while executing
"close $in"
    (procedure "readDep" line 152)
    invoked from within
"readDep -dumptxt $dfile"
    invoked from within
"if { $dfile == "NOT_OK" || [readDep -dumptxt $dfile] == "NOT_OK" } {
  exit
}"
    (file "/export2/home/dimke/SAGE/pc++sage++-1.3.1/lib/TAU/src/fancy.tcl" line 726)
    invoked from within
"source "$TAUDIR/src/$myself.tcl""
    (file "/home/dimke/SAGE/pc++sage++-1.3.1/bin/sun4/fancy" line 33)
    invoked from within
"source /home/dimke/SAGE/pc++sage++-1.3.1/bin/sun4/fancy"
sunbode28(dimke).262% classy 
child killed: segmentation violation
    while executing
"close $in"
    (procedure "readDep" line 152)
    invoked from within
"readDep -dumpch $dfile"
    invoked from within
"if { $dfile == "NOT_OK" || [readDep -dumpch $dfile] == "NOT_OK" } {
  exit
}"
    (file "/export2/home/dimke/SAGE/pc++sage++-1.3.1/lib/TAU/src/classy.tcl" line 504)
    invoked from within
"source "$TAUDIR/src/$myself.tcl""
    (file "/home/dimke/SAGE/pc++sage++-1.3.1/bin/sun4/classy" line 33)
    invoked from within
"source /home/dimke/SAGE/pc++sage++-1.3.1/bin/sun4/classy"
sunbode28(dimke).263% racy
X server insecure (must use xauth-style authorization); command ignored
    while executing
"send $target$myname(ext)  "after 1 {$command; send \{[winfo name .]\} {set Waitfor 1}}""
    invoked from within
"if { [ lsearch -exact $avail $target$myname(ext) ] != -1 } {
    send $target$myname(ext)  "after 1 {$command; send \{[winfo name .]\} {set Waitfor 1} ..."
    (procedure "xsend" line 8)
    invoked from within
"xsend tau "set depfile(numprof) $numfunc""
    (file "/export2/home/dimke/SAGE/pc++sage++-1.3.1/lib/TAU/src/racy.tcl" line 1457)
    invoked from within
"source "$TAUDIR/src/$myself.tcl""
    (file "/home/dimke/SAGE/pc++sage++-1.3.1/bin/sun4/racy" line 33)
    invoked from within
"source /home/dimke/SAGE/pc++sage++-1.3.1/bin/sun4/racy"
sunbode28(dimke).264% 

They are producing cores from the cgm program, which stucks at the following
location:

sunbode28(dimke).267% gdb cgm ../TestSuite/Grid/core
GDB is free software and you are welcome to distribute copies of it
 under certain conditions; type "show copying" to see the conditions.
There is absolutely no warranty for GDB; type "show warranty" for details.
GDB 4.11 (sparc-sun-sunos4.1.1), 
Copyright 1993 Free Software Foundation, Inc...
Core was generated by `cgm'.
Program terminated with signal 11, Segmentation fault.
Reading symbols from /usr/lib/libc.so.1.9.2...done.
Reading symbols from /usr/lib/libdl.so.1.0...done.
#0  SgStatement::controlParent (this=0x0) at ../lib/include/libSage++.h:2703
2703    { return BfndMapping(BIF_CP(thebif)); }
(gdb) where
#0  SgStatement::controlParent (this=0x0) at ../lib/include/libSage++.h:2703
#1  0x2d4e8 in classHierarchy::determineMembers (this=0xefffed30, aFile={
      filept = 0x259c30}) at sgClassHierarchy.C:631
#2  0x2e3ac in classHierarchy::determineClassHierarchy (this=0xefffed30, 
    aFile={filept = 0x259c30}) at sgClassHierarchy.C:964
#3  0x5f64 in main (argc=3, argv=0xefffedcc) at cgm.C:655
(gdb)


tau and cagey can be started, but I think they are quite useless without
the other tools.

It would be very kind of yours if you could help me getting all of it running.

Best Regards
	Bernward
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