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Dmalloc Tutorial: Index of Concepts: N -- S
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Index Entry Section

N
name of host in logfile path4.2 How to Use the Dmalloc Program
never-reuse4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
no error3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
no logfile produced6. Some Solutions to Common Problems
none token4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
not found error3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
not in heap error3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
not on block boundary error3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
not start block error3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
number bytes changed since mark3.4 Additional Non-standard Routines
number of bytes allocated3.4 Additional Non-standard Routines

O
octal 332 character4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
octal 337 character4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
on_exit2.2 Getting Started with the Library
over fence error3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
over limit error3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
over user specified allocation limit error3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
override debug settings3.4 Additional Non-standard Routines
override debug settings3.4 Additional Non-standard Routines
overview2. Description of Features and How to Get Started
overwriting memory4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
overwriting memory4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens

P
page size3.4 Additional Non-standard Routines
permissions of the library1. Library Copying and Licensing Conditions
pid in logfile path4.2 How to Use the Dmalloc Program
pointer information3.4 Additional Non-standard Routines
pointer is not on block boundary3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
pointer is not pointing to heap data space3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
pointer is not to start of memory block3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
pointer is null error3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
pointer not found error3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
pointer not in heap error3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
pointer seen count3.8.2 Tracking Down Non-Freed Memory
portability5.3 Issues Important for Porting the Library
possibly bad .c file line-number3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
possibly bad .c filename pointer3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
preallocated memory heap5.3 Issues Important for Porting the Library
print-messages4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
printenv6. Some Solutions to Common Problems
problems6. Some Solutions to Common Problems
process-id in logfile path4.2 How to Use the Dmalloc Program
programming3. How to Program with the Library
pthreads3.9 Using the Library with a Thread Package

Q
questions6. Some Solutions to Common Problems
quick start2.2 Getting Started with the Library

R
ra3.2 Getting Caller Address Information
ra_info.pl3.2 Getting Caller Address Information
ra_info.pl3.8.4 Translating Return Addresses into Code Locations
rc file4.5 Format of the Runtime Configuration File
rc shell2.2 Getting Started with the Library
reading environment, problems with3.10 Using the library with Cygwin environment.
realloc2.3.2 Functionality Supported by All Malloc Libraries
realloc-copy4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
recalloc3.1 Macros Providing File and Line Information
recursion3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
restoring library flags3.6 How to Disable the library
return-address2.4 General Features of the Library
return-address3.2 Getting Caller Address Information
return-address5.3 Issues Important for Porting the Library
return-address translation3.8.4 Translating Return Addresses into Code Locations
return.h file3.2 Getting Caller Address Information
runtime token4.5 Format of the Runtime Configuration File
runtime-config file4.5 Format of the Runtime Configuration File

S
sbrk3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
sbrk3.8.1 Diagnosing General Problems with a Debugger
sbrk4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
sbrk, usage without5.3 Issues Important for Porting the Library
server process debugging3.11 Debugging Memory in a Server or Cgi-Bin Process
set debug functionality flags3.4 Additional Non-standard Routines
set debug functionality flags3.4 Additional Non-standard Routines
settings.dist file2.1 How to Install the Library
settings.h file2.1 How to Install the Library
setup debug flags3.4 Additional Non-standard Routines
sh usage4.3 Environment Variable Name and Features
shared libraries with gdb3.8 Using Dmalloc With a Debugger
shell usage4.3 Environment Variable Name and Features
shutdown on signal4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
shutdown the library3.4 Additional Non-standard Routines
shutdown, automatic2.2 Getting Started with the Library
SIGHUP4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
SIGINT4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
signal shutdown4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
SIGTERM4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
size of memory pages3.4 Additional Non-standard Routines
slot corrupt error3.5 Description of the Internal Error Codes
slow running6. Some Solutions to Common Problems
source code5. Information on the Source Code
source definitions5.1 Definition of Terms and other Information
stack memory2.3.1 General Memory Terms and Concepts
start heap check later4.2 How to Use the Dmalloc Program
start heap check later4.2 How to Use the Dmalloc Program
start heap check later4.2 How to Use the Dmalloc Program
start setting4.3 Environment Variable Name and Features
static memory2.3.1 General Memory Terms and Concepts
statistics2.4 General Features of the Library
statistics logging3.4 Additional Non-standard Routines
STORE_SEEN_COUNT option3.8.2 Tracking Down Non-Freed Memory
strdup3.1 Macros Providing File and Line Information
string error message3.4 Additional Non-standard Routines
string of debug tokens3.4 Additional Non-standard Routines
strings6. Some Solutions to Common Problems
system memory problems2.4 General Features of the Library

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