Ok. I've turned off the dual-cpu option in the bios.
Taadaaa no more corruption after more than an hour. Previously I could not edit a file for more than 1 minute before I started hitting these problems.
perhaps it is a multi-cpu problem ..
Engineering is looking into this issue. Please stay tuned and if we determine a fix for this issue we will let you know. Thanks and sorry for the problems this is causing.
that's great. FWIW, I'm running 10.1B with SP1.
Did you post this back on PEG? Coincidentaly having exactly the same problem. All starts with Ctrl-C.
I think that I did a while back (it's been happening for quite some time). I will again ..
I have seen this as well. Also, when the editor starts typing "backwards", hitting the delete key will result in an "out of bounds" exception.
Not related to dual CPU. I get it and I am running a single CPU machine at work.
damn. thought that we had solved that one. Mind you, still have not had the error since I went single CPU
Note that some single CPU machines are capable of hyperthreading, if supported by the OS and enabled in the bios, so they behave like dual CPU machines. If you open task manager, are you only seeing one CPU display?
Consulting in Model-Based Development, Transformation, and Object-Oriented Best Practice http://www.cintegrity.com
1180 posts ? You have waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too much time on your hands
I wonder what the number would be for PEG...
Probably less than mine.
Maybe, maybe not ... there's a lot of years in there and I have been more or less active during various periods. It would be fun to know, though.
For that which is currently searchable ... which doesn't include all the lists, by any means, nor is the time depth go back anything like the full time period, I come up with 4822 for you on the main PEG list and 4585 for me, but this is the instance count of the PEG search mechanism, which doesn't necessarily translate to actual posts. E.g. if I search on timk instead of Kuehn, I get 944 while cintegrity.com yields 3788, but the latter might be counting each post twice, once from the e-mail address and once from the .sig.
Not to take this threadjack too much further, but I've posted from a number of different accounts, so timk@.... wouldn't be a complete inventory of my posts by any means.
It's interesting none-the-less.