Bug 690033

Summary: pstoraster crashes depend from Quality and Resolution requested
Product: Ghostscript Reporter: regisr <regisr>
Component: CUPS driverAssignee: Marcos H. Woehrmann <marcos.woehrmann>
Severity: normal CC: till.kamppeter
Priority: P4    
Version: 8.62   
Hardware: PC   
OS: FreeBSD   
Customer: Word Size: ---

Description regisr 2008-08-20 11:46:39 UTC
With a software using CUPS driver to print (like glabels) some resolutions /
quality print cause the crash of pstoraster (err 11)

Quality set to "Best": crash for any resolution
Other quality: crash for resolution greater than 1440x1440

Michael Sweet asked me to increase the RIP cache to 128MB (cupsctl RIPCache=128m):
every quality for any resolution works.
Comment 1 Ray Johnston 2008-08-21 13:32:49 UTC
Marcos to evaluate.
Comment 2 Heino Goldenstein 2008-09-04 06:49:42 UTC

I get also a crash in pstoraster. My finding was it depends on
how the data was provided. I did a test where I created an logo
on 10 pages ARCHB.transvers. If I create the data as 10 pages
PNG 600dpi images pstorster crashes. If i create it as SVG
Image spanning the 10 pages all works well.
I have to ps-testfiles to show the effect. They can be
uploaded on request (1.5 MB as tar.gz). They should render
both to the same result.
Comment 3 Till Kamppeter 2010-08-12 19:07:29 UTC
From the Ghostscript side already fixed in SVN rev 11547. But see my comments


*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 691499 ***