I'm getting some strange, intermittent, data aborts (< 5% of the time) in some of my code, when calling memset. The problem is that is usually doesn't happen unless the code is running for a couple days, so it's hard to catch it in the act.
I'm using the following code:
char *msg = (char*)malloc(sizeof(char)*2048); char *temp = (char*)malloc(sizeof(char)*1024); memset(msg, 0, 2048); memset(temp, 0, 1024); char *tempstr = (char*)malloc(sizeof(char)*128); sprintf(temp, "%s %s/%s %s%s", EZMPPOST, EZMPTAG, EZMPVER, TYPETXT, EOL); strcat(msg, temp); //Add Data memset(tempstr, '\0', 128); wcstombs(tempstr, gdevID, wcslen(gdevID)); sprintf(temp, "%s: %s%s", "DeviceID", tempstr, EOL); strcat(msg, temp);
As you can see, I'm not trying to use memset with a size larger that what's originally allocated with malloc()
Anyone see what might be wrong with this?