I am trying to collect enough information to file a bug report about a problem I am running into.
I have two separate machines: Machine 1 is running 6.1-RC/amd64 Machine 2 first was running 5.4-RELEASE/amd64 Machine 2 then it ran 5-STABLE/amd64 Machine 2 now it runs 6-STABLE/amd64 from monday. If I build ftp://ftp.epicsol.org/pub/epic/EPIC5/epic5-0.2.0.tar.gz, (the update for the irc/epic5 port hasn't been comitted yet) and manually add -pthread to LDFLAGS, and run the binary under /usr/bin/gdb, the machine spontaneously reboots. It doesn't appear to be a panic, because I've compiled a debugging kernel with DDB and KDB, etc, and it does not trap to the kernel debugger, just a reboot, as though I had hit the reset switch. I've successfully reproduced this 100% of the time I've tried it on multiple machines, on multiple branches of freebsd. I have not (yet) been able to test it on i386, so I don't (yet) know if it's amd64-related. The last thing I see before the reboot is: [New Thread 0x<address> (LWP <number>)] I've found I can avoid the panic by doing any one of: 1) Don't run under /usr/bin/gdb 2) Use /usr/ports/devel/gdb6 instead of /usr/bin/gdb 3) Remove the need to have -pthread in LDFLAGS I don't have an /etc/libmap.conf on either machine. Before I file a bug report, are there any other hints anyone can give me for what I might be running across here? (I am trying to fix this, because linking against ruby1.8 requires -pthread, so this is something new that I'm getting bug reports for.) Thanks, Jeremy Nelson _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"