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Questionsetting Boundary condition X^2-Y^2 for solving Laplace equation for NxN grid. Pin
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I think we are talking at cross-purposes. What you are referring to is a function's frame size, which is a portion of the thread's stack. The frame will be created large enough for all the locally declared variables in that function, so you need to look at the source code to see why it is not large enough, or why it is being overwritten.

The makefile may be using an inference rule for cpu.c, so you cannot always find a specific line which references it. But you should be able to find a reference to it somewhere in the Makefile (or any of its included subfiles). However, as I mentioned, you still need to diagnose the actual problem, and changing the stack size for the final application is unlikely to make any difference.
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