On 30/10/2015 13:21, Eik Dahms wrote:
i recently upgraded sequan from 1.4.0 to 2.0.0. I did not change my code.
When i now try to run the program i get the following allocation error when i try to read a sequence via readSequence() from a FaiIndex:
/seqan/basic/basic_exception.h:368 FAILED! (Uncaught exception of type std::bad_alloc: std::bad_alloc)
This error occurs only on my laptop with 4GB RAM. When i run the program on a Server with 500GB RAM - it works.
It seems that the memory that is allocated, for the string that the sequence is read in, is to high.
I appended the stacktrace from gnu debugger.
Thanks in advance !Eik
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I have ever got this problem when my sequence alphabet used in the code doesn't include all the alphabet of the sequence I try to read.
You use a Dna5 alphabet, maybe, there's an other letter than "ACGTN" in your sequence (a "X" ?).
-- Christophe VROLAND