On 05-Sep-01 Marcel Moolenaar wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 05, 2001 at 11:04:04AM -0700, John Baldwin wrote:
>> On 05-Sep-01 Marcel Moolenaar wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > 
>> > I get consistent locks when trying to run Mozilla for Linux (RH 7.1).
>> > 
>> > Breaking into the debugger, I see it hangs in fork_exit()+180. This
>> > is should be the PROC_LOCK(p) in the source file (kern_fork.c).
>> Can you do 'show locks <pid>' where <pid> is the pid of the mozilla process?
>> Also, what does a 'trace' of the pid in question show?  (I take it this is
>> how
>> you know where it locked up?)
> show locks <pid> gives nothing for all cloned mozilla processes. This
> strikes me as odd. Another strange thing is that it seems to have a
> local effect at first (ie only mozilla hangs), but when trying to
> compose an email on the same machine (for example), it locks up hard.
> I give you a complete trace when I call it a day at the office. In the
> mean time, this is roughly it (warning, from memory):
> Debugger
> ...
> intr...kbd
> intr...isa
> ithread_loop
> fork_exit
> fork_trampoline
> My guess is that everything beginning with ithread_loop is related to
> me breaking into the debugger with CA-ESC.

Yes, you can trace indiviudal processes though, using 'trace <pid>', and I'm
more curious about the traces of the Mozilla processes.


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