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Re: port-alpha/54307 (Lots of jemalloc assertions in latest -current)

Hmm, I could not reproduce this failure on my DS10.

My environment is

- kernel around Aug 9
- userland around Aug 3 + patched libc


ds10$ sysctl -a | grep unaligned
machdep.unaligned_print = 1
machdep.unaligned_fix = 1
machdep.unaligned_sigbus = 0

(Nothing added to /etc/sysctl.conf)

ds10$ tar --version
bsdtar 3.4.0 - libarchive 3.4.0 zlib/1.2.10 liblzma/5.2.4 bz2lib/1.0.8

I will lose access to my DS10 for next few days. After that,
I will try new kernel and userland.


On 2019/08/10 11:38, John Klos wrote:
-current from 9-August-2019, 22:04 UTC has tons of segmentation faults from unaligned accesses:

tar xpf comp.tar
[ 279.9183081] pid 38 (tar): unaligned access: va=0x3fffded8944 pc=0x3fffd7d2c08 ra=0x3fffd7d2cc4 sp=0x1fffff258 op=ldq
[ 279.9183081] pid 38 (tar): unaligned access: va=0x3fffded8944 pc=0x3fffd824870 ra=0x3fffd7d2ed4 sp=0x1fffff208 op=ldq
[ 279.9183081] pid 38 (tar): unaligned access: va=0x3fffded894c pc=0x3fffd8248b8 ra=0x3fffd7d2ed4 sp=0x1fffff208 op=ldq
[ 279.9192850] pid 38 (tar): unaligned access: va=0x3fffded8984 pc=0x3fffd8248f0 ra=0x0 sp=0x1fffff208 op=ldq
[1]   Segmentation fault (core dumped) tar xpf comp.tar

It's hardly usable.

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