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Re: stopfork trick (was: radiusd: Error detected by libpthread: Invalid mutex.)
In article <20130508224529.GD21387%trav.math.uni-bonn.de@localhost>,
Edgar Fuß <ef%math.uni-bonn.de@localhost> wrote:
>> You can do the stopfork trick with sysctl in the proc tree and then attach
>> to the child before it dumps.
>Can you elaborate how this is done?
>I gdb'd radiusd, set a breakpoint on main and let it run.
>When it hit the breakpoint, I looked up the debugged radiusd's PID and did
> sysctl -w proc.XXXX.stopfork=1
>and let gdb continue. The main process exited, but I would expect to find a
>child in ps output. Or are these stopped childs hidden from ps? If yes, how
>do I learn their PID to attach to them?
That sounds right to me. ps -x should show you a child too. Perhaps
add stopexit too to return to the debugger before the parent exits.
Then you should be able to attach to the child via pid.
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