[M3devel] 5.8.6 LINUXLIBC6 breakage, kernel 2.6.23, glibc-2.6-4
hosking at cs.purdue.edu
Thu Apr 7 22:07:51 CEST 2011
Well, that is reassuring news.
If the problems are isolated to threading then they can be resolved easily.
On Apr 7, 2011, at 3:02 PM, Mika Nystrom wrote:
> Remember that for mission-critical applications there's always user
> threading.. I find that the system (up to and including the CVS head
> and on both amd64 and i386 flavors of Linux as well as every other OS I
> have tried) is very very stable with user threading. I'm eager to use
> pthreads again of course, for all sorts of reasons...
> Tony Hosking writes:
>> OK, sounds like the stability of the system is going downhill. I'm not =
>> sure when I'll have time to look at this. Maybe soon, maybe in the =
>> summer. I am discouraged at all the reports we have been having about =
>> these sorts of problems.
>> On Apr 7, 2011, at 10:34 AM, Dragi=C5=A1a Duri=C4=87 wrote:
>>> I am getting this, when my program does a Thread.Fork.
>>> *** runtime error:
>>> *** <*ASSERT*> failed.
>>> *** file "../src/thread/PTHREAD/ThreadPThread.m3", line 586
>>> Any ideas? It worked... And stopped working... Some changes were made =
>> to openssl libraries and similar...
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