Subject: Re: After newlock2 merge: Different pthread behavior for userland programs?
To: Markus W Kilbinger <email@example.com>
From: Andrew Doran <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/21/2007 15:34:26
On Sun, Mar 11, 2007 at 05:57:02PM +0100, Markus W Kilbinger wrote:
> >>>>> "Doran" == Andrew Doran <email@example.com> writes:
> >> After updating the whole machine to the newlock2 base (kernel +
> >> userland) asterisk seems to startup fine, but does no longer
> >> accept (all) incoming phone calls!?
> Doran> Hi, Thanks for the problem report.
> Doran> If you could file a PR about this it would be ideal. A good
> Doran> first step for diagnostic the problem would be to attach to
> Doran> the process responsible for handling incoming calls with
> Doran> "ktrace -di -p $pid", and make available the ktrace.out
> Doran> file that is produced (or relevant excerpts from kdump -R,
> Doran> afterwards).
> Sorry, I had no time so far to do some testings (too many NMI's :-/),
> but today I noticed something else/strange: My qube2 ran in the
> (known) situation that asterisk no longer accept calls (in these
> situations asterisk says: 'Mar 11 10:43:11 WARNING app.c: No
> audio available on SIP/0800615243-00789000??').
> So I tried to stop the running asterisk process und restarted it,
> which seemed to work (the process vanished from the process list and
> re-appeared after its re-starting). Now the big 'but': The machine was
> still not able to accept calls!? Repeating the asterisk's stop/restart
> procedure didn't help anyway. Only rebooting the whole machine made
> asterisk (initially) accepting calls again. How can this be!?
> Which 'relicts' of a terminated program can survive its restart? Any
> other idea for this 'behavior'?
There have been a good number of fixes to the pthread stuff (kernel and
libpthread) in the last two weeks. If it is any of the issues that were
fixed by them problem may be solved..