[M3devel] pthreads still broken
mika at async.caltech.edu
mika at async.caltech.edu
Fri Jan 3 06:57:18 CET 2014
On my new AMD64_LINUX build...
The thread tester still crashes.
First, it prints a couple of extraneous diagnostics. These look like
they come from the threading code?
Then it segfaults.
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Reading symbols from /big/home2/mika/2/cm3-cvs/cm3/m3-libs/m3core/tests/thread/AMD64_LINUX/threadtest...done.
Starting program: /big/home2/mika/2/cm3-cvs/cm3/m3-libs/m3core/tests/thread/AMD64_LINUX/threadtest
[Thread debugging using libthread_db enabled]
Using host libthread_db library "/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libthread_db.so.1".
Creating read threads...[New Thread 0x2aaaab6f8700 (LWP 23996)]
[New Thread 0x2aaaab8f9700 (LWP 23997)]
[New Thread 0x2aaaabafa700 (LWP 23998)]
Creating fork threads...[New Thread 0x2aaaabcfb700 (LWP 23999)]
[New Thread 0x2aaaabefc700 (LWP 24000)]
[New Thread 0x2aaaac0fd700 (LWP 24001)]
Creating alloc threads...[New Thread 0x2aaaac2fe700 (LWP 24002)]
[New Thread 0x2aaaac4ff700 (LWP 24003)]
[New Thread 0x2aaaac700700 (LWP 24004)]
Creating lock threads...[New Thread 0x2aaaac901700 (LWP 24005)]
[New Thread 0x2aaaacb02700 (LWP 24006)]
[New Thread 0x2aaaacd03700 (LWP 24007)]
running...printing oldest/median age/newest
Program received signal SIG64, Real-time event 64.
[Switching to Thread 0x2aaaac901700 (LWP 24005)]
0x00002aaaaaf5b64b in pthread_cond_timedwait@@GLIBC_2.3.2 () from /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpthread.so.0
(gdb) handle SIG64 nostop noprint
Signal Stop Print Pass to program Description
SIG64 No No Yes Real-time event 64
Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
[Switching to Thread 0x2aaaab6f8700 (LWP 23996)]
0x0000000000416de6 in FileRd__Init (M3_DaDE31_rd=<error reading variable>, M3_EQj1Bs_h=<error reading variable>) at ../src/rw/FileRd.m3:44
44 IF (rd.buff = NIL) THEN
#0 0x0000000000416de6 in FileRd__Init (M3_DaDE31_rd=<error reading variable>, M3_EQj1Bs_h=<error reading variable>) at ../src/rw/FileRd.m3:44
#1 0x0000000000416d3a in FileRd__Open (M3_Bd56fi_p=<error reading variable>) at ../src/rw/FileRd.m3:16
#2 0x0000000000405424 in Main__RApply (M3_AP7a1g_cl=<error reading variable>) at ../src/Main.m3:182
#3 0x000000000044c23b in ThreadPThread__RunThread (M3_DMxDjQ_me=<error reading variable>) at ../src/thread/PTHREAD/ThreadPThread.m3:449
#4 0x000000000044bef8 in ThreadPThread__ThreadBase (M3_AJWxb1_param=<error reading variable>) at ../src/thread/PTHREAD/ThreadPThread.m3:422
#5 0x00002aaaaaf56b50 in start_thread () from /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpthread.so.0
#6 0x00002aaaab246a7d in clone () from /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6
#7 0x0000000000000000 in ?? ()
The reason I even ran it was because I found that running the parallel compiler backend was unstable.
Do user threads work on AMD64_LINUX?
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