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Re: xend gets SIGBUS and cores under -current
On 19/05/2009 9:30 AM, Sarton O'Brien wrote:
On 19/05/2009 7:07 AM, Manuel Bouyer wrote:
On Mon, May 18, 2009 at 07:21:52PM +0000, Jonathan A. Kollasch wrote:
I'm trying to update a amd64 dom0 to -current (to use dm(4)).
I've been unable to get xend to stay running. The python interperter
recives a SIGBUS (signal 10) and dumps core.
The kdump(1) shows interesting oddness:
245 8 python2.5 PSIG SIGBUS SIG_DFL: code=SI_USER sent by
note the bogus pid and uid, these two values change to different
yet similar value from trace to trace.
I've tried xenkernel3/xentools3 with python25, and
with both python25 and python26. All these cases exhibit a similar
SIGBUS to xend.
I'm running 5.99.11, sources from about the 17th.
interesting. I'm running a amd64 5.99.11 kernel on a 5.0 userland, and
don't have issues ...
I'm running -current amd64 dom0/domu from May 5th with no issues. I'll
update my dev box today and report back tomorrow if nothing else crops
up in the meantime.
Sorry for the delay, I've struggled to get a cvs sync that isn't broken.
Built and running as of Fri May 22 11:29:03 EST 2009, all seems to be
fine. I haven't updated userland ... yet. uname and package list below.
Just before updating I did see some vnds stay tied up when domu failed
to honor 'shutdown -r now', shutting down completely and then being
unable to start them back up. Bit of a pain ... I'll check if I
replicate the problem with current.
The only thing that crosses my mind for your issue is that I seem to
remember some xen related changes that required a userland of at least a
specific vintage with a new kernel. I only mention it as I'm not sure
from what version you are updating.
NetBSD gogeta.internal 5.99.11 NetBSD 5.99.11 (XEN3_DOM0) #0: Fri May 22
15:09:04 EST 2009
bash-4.0.10 The GNU Bourne Again Shell
bison-2.4.1nb1 GNU yacc(1) replacement
dev86-0.16.17nb2 Linux 8086 development environment
digest-20080510 Message digest wrapper utility
expat-2.0.1 XML parser library written in C
gmake-3.81 GNU version of 'make' utility
grub-0.97nb8 GRand Unified Bootloader -- Boots *BSD, Linux, groks
ffs, FAT, ext2
libffi-3.0.8nb1 Foreign function interface
libtool-1.5.26 Generic shared library support script
libtool-base-1.5.26nb1 Generic shared library support script (the script
libtool-info-1.5.26 Generic shared library support script - info pages
m4-1.4.13 GNU version of UNIX m4 macro language processor
ncurses-5.7nb1 CRT screen handling and optimization package
netbsd32_compat40-4.0 Shared libraries for NetBSD 32-bit 4.0 compatibility
netbsd32_compat40-extras-4.0 Additional shared libraries for NetBSD
32-bit 4.0 compatibility
perl-5.10.0nb6 Practical Extraction and Report Language
pkg-config-0.23nb1 System for managing library compile/link flags
pkg_chk-1.99 Check installed package versions against pkgsrc
pkg_leaves-1.2 Print leaf packages
pkg_rolling-replace-0.16nb2 Replace/upgrade packages in-place
pkg_tarup-1.7.1 Generates binary package(s) from installed pkg(s)
pkgsurvey-0.0 Utility to collate pkg information, and mail to
central census site
py25-curses-0nb4 Curses module for Python
py25-readline-0nb3 Line editing support for Python
py25-xml-0.8.4nb2 Collection of libraries to process XML with Python
python24-2.4.5nb2 Interpreted, interactive, object-oriented
python25-2.5.4 Interpreted, interactive, object-oriented
readline-6.0 GNU library that can recall and edit previous input
wget-1.11.4 Retrieve files from the 'net via HTTP and FTP
xenkernel33-3.3.1nb1 Xen 3.3.1 Kernel
xentools33-3.3.1nb6 Userland Tools for Xen 3.3.x
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