syn_burz

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The kernel also crashes in degenerate cases like e.g. Map(`*`,{},1); only this time this takes a while: the kernel seems to be working until it uses up all the available memory, which happens very fast, by the way. Then it crashes.

The kernel also crashes in degenerate cases like e.g. Map(`*`,{},1); only this time this takes a while: the kernel seems to be working until it uses up all the available memory, which happens very fast, by the way. Then it crashes.

@Carl Love, I use Maple 16 X64 on Windows 7 x64. There is a notification like "mserver.exe has stopped working" given by the system. 

@Carl Love, I use Maple 16 X64 on Windows 7 x64. There is a notification like "mserver.exe has stopped working" given by the system. 

You're right, indeed. An interesting thing is that in one of my runs the result of Map(`^`,[2],2) was actually written onto the screen just before the information about the kernel being shut down popped up.

I'll try to do some more testing. If this is the only situation that creates such problems, fortunately it is quite easy to deal with. Thank you!

You're right, indeed. An interesting thing is that in one of my runs the result of Map(`^`,[2],2) was actually written onto the screen just before the information about the kernel being shut down popped up.

I'll try to do some more testing. If this is the only situation that creates such problems, fortunately it is quite easy to deal with. Thank you!

So it's fixed in 12. Unfortunetly I don't have the access to Maple 12. Any ideas how to overcome such problems in M 11? P.S. Of cource there's a mistake in the main post. The problem is about RootOf's and not radicals.
But the system is a product of some function that I wrote and I want it to give correct results. I traced the problem when I saw smth goes wrong and I found that the solve command is the source of the problem.
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