can you try compiling a new libc_r with th efollowing change suggested by
I also made changes to uthread_sigpending.c and uthread_sigsuspend.c
3 days ago (lib/libc_r/uthread/...). You can try reverting those
changes and go back to revisions 1.18 and 1.11 respectively.
so that is uthread_sigpending.c version 1.18
uthread_sigsuspend.c version 1.11
On Mon, 1 Jul 2002, Wesley Morgan wrote:
> Reverting proc.h and queue.h do nothing. Booting a kernel from 20020624,
> still crashes all threaded systems. Same behavior on a 20020620 kernel.
> > I don't change any of those.
> > On Mon, 1 Jul 2002, Daniel Eischen wrote:
> >> I'd suspect that it is something to do with the layout of
> >> the fpregs, mcontext or something like that. Libc_r mucks
> >> about in jmp_buf (userland) and ucontext/mcontext, so anything
> >> that changed those would cause problems.
> > It's still unclear if a KSE kernel works with an old libc_r or visa
> > versa.
> > I'd like to see if a new libc_r works with an old kernel (someone who
> > can boot kernel.back and test...)
> > to check if you have a non KSE kernel,
> > sysctl kern.threads will only succeed in a new kernel.
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