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1 YinLinZhang commented Permalink

Translated article in Chinese version: <br /> https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mydeveloperworks/blogs/12bb75c9-dfec-42f5-8b55-b669cc56ad76/entry/_e6_83_b3_e8_8e_b7_e5_be_97_e6_80_a7_e8_83_bd_e6_8f_90_e5_8d_87__e8_af_b7_e4_bd_bf_e7_94_a8_e6_96_b0_e7_89_88_e6_9c_acxlc_e7_bc_96_e8_af_91_e5_99_a8?lang=zh

2 ThinkOpenly commented Permalink

Note that the testcase used in this Entry requires a stack bigger than what is permitted by default. You may see something like this: <br /> --- <br /> $ xlc -o matMult matMult.c <br /> $ ./matMult <br /> Segmentation fault (core dumped) <br /> --- <br /> To increase the stack limit for the current shell (to "unlimited"): <br /> --- <br /> $ ulimit -s <br /> 10240 <br /> $ ulimit -s unlimited <br /> ---