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Re: Status of SMP on sbus machines?
On further analysis and attempts, it appears that some compiled
programs crash, including really simple "hello world" types, and
others don't. So, if I keep retrying the perl build to produce
errors, I often don't. But, some of the test programs compiled and
run by configure do fail, but not necessarily with the aforementioned
error in /var/log/messages that I was getting when running a failed
program by hand.
So, it's not easily reproducible, but appears to not be based on
the specific program being compiled and run. :-/
On Oct 19, 2008, at 20:18, Chris Ross wrote:
On Oct 8, 2008, at 13:10, Martin Husemann wrote:
On Wed, Oct 08, 2008 at 01:06:21AM -0400, Chris Ross wrote:
this resolved? If I built a recent current and tried it on a dual-
Ultrasparc SBUS machines (Ultra-2), would it potentially work?
Yes, it was solved. I'm using a dual U2 quite heavily.
Excellent. Thank you.
I'm trying to run my dual-UltraSPARC (UE2, with UltraSPARC-I's in
it), and while it seems to generally run alright in multiuser, I'm
getting the following early in the process of trying to build pkgsrc/
lang/perl5 (5.10.0) on it:
trap: textfault at 200fa0!! sending SIGILL due to trap 16: illegal
This happens when running the "try" binary, which compiles okay,
but fails when run. I've tried compiling what it claims to be the
content, with what it claims to be the compiler line, and I don't
see this. So, something's "odd". But, I'm wondering if that error
message might mean anything to someone else...
Thanks. Let me know what else I can collect, and I'll try to
reproduce this problem by hand.
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