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Re: kern/52598 (/proc/self/exe misbehaves if it's on a null mount)

Le 2020-01-15 09:10, Martin Husemann a écrit :
I have not followed the thread closely from the beginning, is this about
 ld.elf_so's ORIGIN handling? I thought we don't rely on that in pkgsrc
 rust anyway (past bootstrap).

I though I suffered from pkg/53348 or pkg/53671 on NetBSD 8.0. I though that backport the fix of kern/52598 should fix them. I need this host since it build sets of custom packages for several domU running 8.0. Otherwise, I would have updated it to 9.0_RC1.

Unfortunately, the system just crashes during a bulk build (when building lang/spidermonkey52) with the following backtrace:
# crash -M netbsd.10.core
Crash version 8.0, image version sys/arch/amd64/c.
WARNING: versions differ, you may not be able to examine this image.
System panicked: trap
Backtrace from time of crash is available.
crash> bt
?() at ffff800065288000
log() at log+0x9c
vlog() at vlog+0x51
trap() at trap+0xa00
--- trap (number 6) ---
memmove() at memmove+0x10
do_sys_symlinkat.isra.4() at do_sys_symlinkat.isra.4+0x1a5
syscall() at syscall+0x1ec
--- syscall (number 58) ---

I admit I don't understand the WARNING message.

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