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Old 29 April 2022, 12:00   #1
Mangaclub
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Winuae Crash while packing LHA

I was packing a LHA file from a HDF mounted Device.
I was planning to pack all of the files of my Work: Volume to a mounted folder
on my NTFS PC drive so i have a 1:1 backup of all files outside of uae.
I was using a plain os3.1 for this.


sadly during packing UAE Crashed to desktop.



I hope you can read something out of the DMP file.
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File Type: dmp winuae_x64_4.9.1_R_2022.04.21_19.16.13.dmp (224.6 KB, 9 views)
File Type: txt winuaebootlog.txt (19.7 KB, 15 views)
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Old 29 April 2022, 16:05   #2
Toni Wilen
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Most likely reason is stack overflow. Long paths and/or recursive directory scanning can require large stack. (AmigaOS stack command)

JIT won't like stack overflows and usually crashes (and creates useless dump file if crash happens in JIT generated code). Normal mode would have only crashes emulated Amiga with some mostly random guru number.

You can try it without JIT.
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