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.mex File crashes when executed in rapid succession

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Conrad Reschop
Conrad Reschop 2017 年 11 月 15 日
コメント済み: Conrad Reschop 2017 年 12 月 11 日
Hey guys!
I have a rather strange problem with a .mex file I wrote. The purpose of the .mex file is to collect a varying number of elements out of a buffer, which is stored in a shared memory object.
When run just once there are no errors and it works as it should. But the .mex file will be executed several times a second, and that's when the trouble starts. As soon as it is executed (or at least called) more than once a second (and ideally it would be executed at least 10 times a second) Matlab just crashes without giving any information.
I'm quite sure it has something to do with the following line, where the mxArray* toPut is filled via double* pointer:
pointer[(iField + iSensor * 11) * bufferSize + iElement] = responseContainer[iField];
When commented out, the file works - but i obviously get an empty array.
The size of the array is rather big, it has to store 50*264 doubles the first time the mex file is executed and collects the content of the buffer. The buffer is then filled again, but even if the .mex file collects just once a second, there will be less than 50 new elements in the buffer - so the faster the .mex file is rerun, the smaller the array sizes get.
Nevertheless, i suppose it has something to do with memory management. I'm not sure if maybe ' pointer' isn't cleared quick enough from memory?
Obviously, i tried to find a solution by looking through various forums but to no avail.
I did my best checking that the datatypes are compatible and tried to work as close to the mathworks manuals and examples as possible. I also tried various ways of clearing the memory in the .mex file and between calls to the .mex file, but i'm not able to find a robust, crashfree solution.
Maybe anyone already encountered a similar problem or is able to point out an obvious mistake in my code.
Thanks for having a look!
#include <boost/interprocess/shared_memory_object.hpp>
#include <boost/interprocess/mapped_region.hpp>
#include "dataBuffer.h"
#include <iostream>
#include <mex.h>
using namespace boost::interprocess;
bool exists() {
try
{
shared_memory_object smo( open_only, "dataStorage", read_only );
}
catch (const interprocess_exception &ex) {
return false;
}
return true;
}
void mexFunction(
int nlhs,
mxArray *[],
int nrhs,
const mxArray *prhs[]
)
{
float responseContainer[11];
int status;
const int bufferSize= 5;
ndiDataElement currDataElements[bufferSize];
int nNoElements;
if (exists()) {
shared_memory_object smo( open_only, "dataStorage", read_write );
mapped_region mappedReg( smo,read_write );
double nanVal = mxGetNaN();
dataBuffer* buffer = static_cast<dataBuffer*>(mappedReg.get_address());
nNoElements = buffer->collectElementsAndReset(currDataElements);
mxArray* toPut = mxCreateDoubleMatrix((mwSize)nNoElements,(mwSize) 24*11, mxREAL);
double* pointer = mxGetPr(toPut);
for (int iElement = 0; iElement < nNoElements; iElement++){
for (int iSensor = 0; iSensor < 24; iSensor++){
currDataElements[iElement].getDataForSensor(iSensor,responseContainer);
for (int iField = 0; iField < 11; iField++){
if (responseContainer[iField] != BAD_FLOAT){
pointer[(iField + iSensor * 11) * bufferSize + iElement] = responseContainer[iField];
}
else {
pointer[(iField + iSensor * 11) * bufferSize + iElement] = nanVal;
}
}
}
}
status = mexPutVariable("caller", "serverData", toPut);
mxDestroyArray(toPut);
}
else {
mexPrintf("SMO doesn't exist!\n");
}
}

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Cris Luengo
Cris Luengo 2017 年 12 月 6 日
pointer[(iField + iSensor * 11) * bufferSize + iElement]
should probably be
pointer[(iField + iSensor * 11) * nNoElements + iElement]

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Conrad Reschop
Conrad Reschop 2017 年 12 月 11 日
Ahrgs, you're absolutely right: that was the problem. Thanks!
I'm a little ashamed now ;)

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