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Thread Subject:
Checking for memory corruption

Subject: Checking for memory corruption

From: Andrew

Date: 22 Sep, 2008 09:42:02

Message: 1 of 1

Hi all,

Every now and again when I do something silly in a mex file, say plhs[0] = plhs[1], when the mex file exits I get a message along the lines of:

"Matlab is checking for corrupted memory tables...
32 Checked. OK"

Does anyone know a command to call this check? Maybe even one to try and validate the kernal?

I'm also wondering if its possible I have saved a corrupted workspace, so when its loaded badness is guaranteed...

Thanks,
Andrew

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