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Re: Jemalloc fallout on sandpoint

In article <>,
Julian Coleman  <> wrote:
>Hi all,
>Upgraded my QNAP TS-201 (sandpoint) to current, and all binaries crash with:
>  <jemalloc>:
>/usr/src/external/bsd/jemalloc/lib/../dist/src/pages.c:273: Failed
>assertion: "PAGE_ADDR2BASE(addr) == addr"
>  [1]   Abort trap (core dumped) sh
>Not sure how we can pass in an address that isn't the page base address here.
>It looks like the allocations from pages.c have the same assertion, so they
>shouldn't cause this.  Could base_block_alloc() be allocating a block that
>starts at an address that isn't a multiple of the page size?  Should we
>assert "PAGE_ADDR2BASE(block) == block" every time we allocate a block?

The problem is that on powerpc we use MAX_PAGE_SHIFT not the right page
shift for the machine. I will fix it to compute and use the MIN_PAGE_SHIFT


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