On 9 April 2018 at 07:22, Wasey, Jack O wrote: | Dear Rcpp developers, | | I'm having trouble with a reproducible error when wrapping a big Eigen dense matrix. | | Rcpp::LogicalMatrix mat_out_bool = Rcpp::wrap(result); | | Thread 1 "R" received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault. | coerceToLogical (v=0x7fffa1a1c010) at coerce.c:441 | | Where 'result' is an Eigen::MatrixXi of size 472132x30, which is the result of a sparse x dense matrix multiplication. | DenseMap result = visit_codes_sparse * map; | | The backtrace begins: | #0 coerceToLogical (v=0x7fffa1a1c010) at coerce.c:441 | #1 Rf_coerceVector (v=<optimized out>, type=<optimized out>) at coerce.c:1243 | #2 0x00007fffdc660515 in Rcpp::internal::basic_cast<10> (x=0x7fffa1a1c010) at /usr/local/lib/R/site-library/Rcpp/include/Rcpp/r_cast.h:66 | #3 0x00007fffdc65edc5 in Rcpp::internal::r_true_cast<10> (x=0x7fffa1a1c010) at /usr/local/lib/R/site-library/Rcpp/include/Rcpp/r_cast.h:95 | #4 0x00007fffdc664a9d in Rcpp::r_cast<10> (x=0x7fffa1a1c010) at /usr/local/lib/R/site-library/Rcpp/include/Rcpp/r_cast.h:163 | #5 0x00007fffdc666f99 in Rcpp::Matrix<10, Rcpp::PreserveStorage>::Matrix (this=0x7fffffff23a0, x=0x7fffa1a1c010) | at /usr/local/lib/R/site-library/Rcpp/include/Rcpp/vector/Matrix.h:53 | #6 0x00007fffdc68603e in icd9Comorbid_alt_MatMul (icd9df=..., icd9Mapping=..., visitId="visit_id", icd9Field="code", threads=8, chunk_size=256, omp_chunk_size=1) | at comorbid_alt_MatMul.cpp:271 | #7 0x00007fffdc64a597 in _icd_icd9Comorbid_alt_MatMul_try (icd9dfSEXP=0x555558590cd8, icd9MappingSEXP=0x55555839d9d0, visitIdSEXP=0x55555a25e2b8, icd9FieldSEXP=0x55555c066298, | threadsSEXP=0x5555623279f8, chunk_sizeSEXP=0x5555586122e8, omp_chunk_sizeSEXP=0x555558612258) at RcppExports.cpp:347 | | I would love to give a small reproducible example, but at this point, I can only trigger the problem with a big data set (which makes valgrind unreasonably slow), and only by repeating the computation, as sometimes it does succeed. The code is in the eigen-sparse branch of https://github.com/jackwasey/icd . I do not expect anyone to download and debug my code (which FWIW compiles without any warnings), but I would like to know whether, in principle, I am doing something wrong with the integer to logical 'cast' when wrapping, or if this is possibly an Rcpp or RcppEigen bug. I can induce the crash on a server with huge amounts of RAM, and on Mac and Linux platforms, with and without OpenMP enabled.
>From the "well then don't do it" school: can you cast _before_ you interact with R / Rcpp / RcppEigen? What happens when you try the "big" operation entirely in C++ / Eigen and then "merely" transfer a known object (ie an int vector/matrix) ? If that works, try bool and then see if that maps to Logical. Some code paths are simply less well trodden. Int would be first route. I may of course be entirely off the page. Early morning ... Dirk -- http://dirk.eddelbuettel.com | @eddelbuettel | e...@debian.org _______________________________________________ Rcpp-devel mailing list Rcppfirstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.r-forge.r-project.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/rcpp-devel