On 16 Jun, Thorsten Schroeder wrote: > Hi, > > On Mon, 15 Jun 2003, Chris Shenton wrote: > >> [...] qmail is run under daemontools and all work fine (the configuration >> is 2 years old!), but when I delivery the first mail (localy or remote) >> the qmail-send process fire up to 100% of CPU infinitely >> >> All other mail are right delivery, and the CPU use is the only problem, I >> see in qmail-send.c that select() function, after the first message, >> allways return 1 > > same here too. > I don't know what it could be - perhaps a problem with named pipes > ("lock/trigger")? > > You can find my ktrace output here: http://cs.so36.net/~ths/kdump.txt > > Would be nice if anyone have an idea :) > >> A truss shows me it's running in a tight loop over this code: >> close(9) = 0 (0x0) >> select(0x9,0xbfbffcbc,0xbfbffc3c,0x0,0xbfbffc24) = 1 (0x1) > >> Anyone else seen this or know what in FreeBSD-5.1 might have changed to cause >> this? Any thoughts on how I might go about diagnosing this any better?
Which version of fifo_vnops.c? If the problem is present in 5.1-RELEASE, then the problem is likely to be the change made in 1.79 and 1.85. If the problem didn't show up until after the 5.1-RELEASE, then the problem could be the changes in 1.87 or 1.88. _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"