Author: Alexander Barkov

> Hi,
> This new topic is just for your information, Alexander.
> As you said that it is now possible to set the number of threads when 
> indexing data, I did a few tests.
> indexer -N10 --index --> works
> With 20, 30,... 64 threads --> works
> With 65 threads or more --> segmentation fault.
> I did try on two machines and got the same behaviour,  using 3.4.1
> Regards,
> Fabien.

Thanks for reporting the problem. It's now fixed.
Now an attempt to use a -N value >64 makes indexer fallback to the single 
thread mode instead of crashing.

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