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Re: ntpd wedged by libc?
In article <4F4A6C51.1060100%acarver.net@localhost>,
AGC <agcarver+netbsd%acarver.net@localhost> wrote:
>On 2/22/2012 23:41, Dave Hart wrote:
>> On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 05:55, AGC<agcarver+netbsd%acarver.net@localhost>
>>> Finally got it all installed. That was an interesting exercise but useful.
>>> I ended up having to NFS mount another machine so I would have enough disk
>>> space to hold all the sources. The internal drive on the IPX is only 1.2 GB
>>> so it doesn't have much free space.
>>> Looks like the new library took (I hope). Nothing is complaining so I think
>>> it's ok.
>> You can be more confident if you grab another recent ntp-dev tarball
>> (p259 is nice) and configure without --enable-c99-snprintf, build and
>> install it, and subject it to the ntpq -p every 5 seconds regime.
>Ok, it didn't work using the new version of libc:
>#0 0x103b5574 in __multadd_D2A () from /usr/lib/libc.so.12
>#1 0x103a7b90 in __dtoa () from /usr/lib/libc.so.12
>#2 0x103a50c0 in __vfprintf_unlocked () from /usr/lib/libc.so.12
>#3 0x103133ac in snprintf () from /usr/lib/libc.so.12
>#4 0x0005d310 in atom_timer (unit=0, peer=0xafd28) at refclock_atom.c:202
>#5 0x0003a990 in refclock_timer (p=0xafd28) at ntp_refclock.c:273
>#6 0x00041950 in timer () at ntp_timer.c:300
>#7 0x00023320 in ntpdmain (argc=0, argv=0xefffe86c) at ntpd.c:1026
>#8 0x00013880 in ___start ()
>#9 0x000137b8 in _start ()
Are you sure you are using the new library?
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