Subject: Re: After newlock2 merge: Different pthread behavior for userland programs?
To: Andrew Doran <email@example.com>
From: Markus W Kilbinger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/11/2007 17:57:02
>>>>> "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,
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'?