I have a class with Blackfins running CCES -- total of 24 stations
Each student has user rights on local machine
They store their files (e.g. CCES workspace) on a remote drive -- H: drive -- each individual with 200 M of space
We did a simple CCES familiarization lab
23 stations worked well
1 station worked well for the first 2 hrs 59 minutes of the 3 hour lab.
Suddenly, the student was unable to change the way the code was running
They had 3 print statements in main( )and we deleted 2 -- Nothing we could do, clean etc -- would stop the Blackfin from running the old code.
To cut a long story short -- I found the H: drive was full -- hence could not write the new .dxe
The problem was -- Each time CCES ran for this student at this station, CCES filled up the .mozilla directory on H: drive with 200 M of data.
We opened Firefox and cleared its cache. .mizilla directory is empty till we run CCES again
I got another student to sign in on the same station -- different H: drive -- they had no problems (at least initially -- we did not run for 3 hours)
Any idea what I might be looking for to solve the problem?
I can zip the student file and provide it privately -- together with another .zip file that add our new code to CCES C: directory if interested.