Subject: Re: Lockup with -current via SSH
To: Ken Seefried <email@example.com>
From: Adam K Kirchhoff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/24/2003 20:44:22
On Mon, 24 Feb 2003, Ken Seefried wrote:
> Adam K Kirchhoff writes:
> > In my experience, -cuurent does not play well with SMP and
> > threads. Any threaded application will lock up my machine solid.
> With all due respect, that's not an answer.
With all due respect, that was an answer... You asked if anyone had "Any
clues?" so I relayed my experience which, quite frankly, is a pretty big
clue that perhaps SMP and threads in -current don't work. You may not
like that answer, but it's certainly a legitimate one :-)
> Either we are interested in identifying and fixing SMP bugs, or we are
> not interested in SMP.
What makes you think they (the developers) aren't interested in
identifying and fixing SMP bugs? I am one user, relaying my experiences.
I am not a developer.
However, a bit of research would have shown that this is a known issue and
it being worked on.
> I'm reporting a problem, am interested in providing any additional
> information I can, and looking for additional guidance as to how to
> tackle debugging this further.
Then I'd suggest waiting for an answer from a developer to see if they
want any debugging info from you. My guess is, though, that it's simply a
matter of waiting for the bugs to be ironed out.
Remember, this is -current we're talking about. Given the state of flux
it's frequently in, you migh want to consider yourself lucky that it
compiled, much less booted :-)