This is the Code in C400 Program:

/***Declaration ***/
crtsub wwcsub;
crtsub *csub_pt; /** where CRTSUB is a data structure.**/
In the code I have two statements one after the other
csub_pt = malloc(sizeof (crtsub));
csub_pt = &wwcsub;
Note: it is #include <sys/errno.h> //// What is the perpose
of it???

Its looks like strange , cusb_pt is getting overridden by the address of
the variable. So what is the point of malloc.

So I commented this like (malloc ), but then got the issue below after
20 calls to this program in the same job.

MCH0601 - Message . . . . : Space offset X'00002000' or
X'0000000000000000' is outside
current limit for object RUNIRQ GANGASANI 025107.

Cause . . . . . : A program tried to set a space pointer, tried to
use
storage outside a space, or tried to use an unallocated page in
teraspace.
The space class is X'04'. The space class designates the type of
space:
04-implicit process space for heap identifier
X'00000000' in activation group mark X'0000000000000000'.


At end of the program I have
free(csub_pt); --------- This is failing saying
MCH6902 Escape Message . . . . : The requested heap space
operation is invalid.
Cause . . . . . : The requested
heap space operation is invalid. The heap
space identifier is -1. The
activation group mark is 17. The activation
group mark will be zero if the
heap space is not associated with an
activation group. The error type
is 2.
0002-Attempt to free or reallocate heap
space storage that is not allocated; The heap space identifier and
activation
group mark may not be valid for
this error type;

So Decided to comment this like... but who will free up the memory
allocated by the malloc.


Could you guys please help on this.



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From: Gangasani, Bhargava
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