On Mon, 26 Jun 2017 10:29:47 +0200
"O. Hartmann" <o.hartm...@walstatt.org> wrote:
> Over the past week we did not update several 12-CURRENT running development
> hosts, so today is the first day of performing this task.
> First I hit the very same problem David Wolfskill reported earlier, a fatal
> trap 12, but fowllowing the thread, I did as advised: removing /usr/obj
> completely (we use filemon/WITH_META_MODE=YES all over the place) and
> recompiling world and kernel.
> Since tag 20170617 in /usr/src/UPDATING referred to the INO64 update and the
> INO64 update hasn't performed so far starting from r319971, I installed the
> kernel, rebooted the box in single user mode (this time smoothly), did a
> mergemaster and tried to do "make installworld" - but the box instantanously
> bails out:
> Fatal error 'Cannot allocate red zone for initial thread' at line 392 in
> file /usr/src/lib/libthread/thr_init.c
> pid 60 (cc) uid0: exited on signal 6 ...
> That way, I obviously can not install a world :-(
> What is wrong here? Is the problem resovable?
How recent was your last update? Some changes were made just a few
hours ago to fix a stack growth problem in threads.
Either your source is not up to date, or a new bug was introduced by
the intended fix.
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