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05/08/2010

11:40 PM Backport187 Bug #3100: Lockup in child after fork
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Pass --enable-pthread to ./configure. That's part of ruby configuration in Debian/Ubuntu.

Latest as of S...
alk (Aliaksey Kandratsenka)

04/06/2010

12:22 PM Backport187 Bug #3100: Lockup in child after fork
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ruby_1_8_7@27173 and ruby_1_8@27224 still hang.

with 1.8.7 branch the backtrace is a bit different

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alk (Aliaksey Kandratsenka)

04/05/2010

08:14 PM Backport187 Bug #3100 (Closed): Lockup in child after fork
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I was using PTY.spawn and found a bug. I'm attaching a small testcase that at least on 2 my machines gives q...
alk (Aliaksey Kandratsenka)

03/18/2010

06:11 PM Backport191 Backport #2564: [patch] re-initialize timer_thread_{lock,cond} after fork
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The folks who experienced this bug do not experience it anymore. I assume it was kernel bug. This ticket can ...
alk (Aliaksey Kandratsenka)

02/28/2010

11:07 PM Backport191 Backport #2564: [patch] re-initialize timer_thread_{lock,cond} after fork
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I have to admit my mistake again. There is a call to native_thread_join in 1.9.1, it's in rb_thread_stop_time...
alk (Aliaksey Kandratsenka)

02/04/2010

04:42 PM Backport191 Backport #2564: [patch] re-initialize timer_thread_{lock,cond} after fork
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I'm sorry to bother you again, but merging r25629 to 1.9.1 should be really trivial. Without that fix there's...
alk (Aliaksey Kandratsenka)

01/28/2010

06:51 PM Backport191 Backport #2564: [patch] re-initialize timer_thread_{lock,cond} after fork
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Indeed. I was wrong. But there's still bug in 1.9.1. native_stop_timer_thread() doesn't wait till timer threa...
alk (Aliaksey Kandratsenka)

01/27/2010

11:47 PM Backport191 Backport #2564: [patch] re-initialize timer_thread_{lock,cond} after fork
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It seems I'm not stating the problem clearly enough.

What happens:
a) lets suppose timer thread is doing ...
alk (Aliaksey Kandratsenka)
07:30 AM Backport191 Backport #2564: [patch] re-initialize timer_thread_{lock,cond} after fork
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No. http://redmine.ruby-lang.org/issues/show/2394 is unrelated.
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alk (Aliaksey Kandratsenka)
07:28 AM Backport191 Backport #2564: [patch] re-initialize timer_thread_{lock,cond} after fork
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Yes I can. But I'd like to avoid doing that. Reliable reproduction of such tiny races is not trivial. I have ...
alk (Aliaksey Kandratsenka)

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