Bug#561203: FTBFS [hppa] - pthread_create() (QThread) + fork() = crash

2009-12-22 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Tue, Dec 22, 2009 at 2:54 PM, Modestas Vainius modes...@vainius.eu wrote: when investigating this issue further, I determined that fork() following pthread_create() sometimes makes the application crash. In order to reproduce, build attached minifail.cpp with: $ g++ -I/usr/include/qt4

Bug#561203: Re: Bug#561203: FTBFS [hppa] - pthread_create() (QThread) + fork() = crash

2009-12-27 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Sun, Dec 27, 2009 at 9:47 AM, Luk Claes l...@debian.org wrote: What's the status of this bug? It's holding the KDE transition which is blocking the Xorg and python transitions... I'm working on this bug. The current status is under investigation. I don't have a good idea of what is going on

Re: Unknown PTHREADS_THREADS_MAX symbol in pthread_create(3)

2010-02-08 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Feb 8, 2010 at 8:36 AM, Volkan YAZICI yazic...@ttmail.com wrote: Package: glibc-doc Version: 2.7-18lenny2 Manual page of pthread_create(3) mentions about a not-existing constant, PTHREADS_THREADS_MAX. I am using Debian GNU/Linux 5.0.3, with a custom 2.6.26-2-686 kernel and libc6

Bug#575351: [HPPA] This is not the bug of GCC but glibc

2010-03-29 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 5:28 AM, NIIBE Yutaka gni...@fsij.org wrote: I am looking the file: eglibc-2.10.2/ports/sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/hppa/nptl/sysdep-cancel.h It doesn't have any cfi directives.  I think that it is the cause of this problem. When adding cfi directives, it would be good

Regressions when building glibc for HPPA.

2010-05-01 Thread Carlos O'Donell
Aurelien, This email is just to inform you that the debian glibc regressions are at the top of my priority list for the debian-hppa port. I am working exclusively on this problem, but I have not yet made any good progress. I will continue to work on this problem until we are back to the existing

Re: Regressions when building glibc for HPPA.

2010-05-21 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Tue, May 18, 2010 at 5:32 PM, Aurelien Jarno aure...@debian.org wrote: Any progress on that? We are approaching the transition freeze deadline, so we will need to upload eglibc 2.11 to unstable really soon now. Sorry, I forgot to send out an update. I made some progress understanding the one

Re: Regressions when building glibc for HPPA.

2010-05-23 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Fri, May 21, 2010 at 5:06 PM, Carlos O'Donell car...@systemhalted.org wrote: On Tue, May 18, 2010 at 5:32 PM, Aurelien Jarno aure...@debian.org wrote: Any progress on that? We are approaching the transition freeze deadline, so we will need to upload eglibc 2.11 to unstable really soon now

Re: Regressions when building glibc for HPPA.

2010-05-24 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Sun, May 23, 2010 at 11:46 AM, Clint Adams sch...@debian.org wrote: block 573991 by 561203 quit On Sun, May 23, 2010 at 09:17:26AM -0400, Carlos O'Donell wrote: Test (1) is a compiler bug involving the multiplication of -1 * NAN. The compiler defect causes the test to fail. The actual

Re: Regressions when building glibc for HPPA.

2010-05-24 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, May 24, 2010 at 8:05 AM, Carlos O'Donell car...@systemhalted.org wrote: On Sun, May 23, 2010 at 11:46 AM, Clint Adams sch...@debian.org wrote: block 573991 by 561203 quit On Sun, May 23, 2010 at 09:17:26AM -0400, Carlos O'Donell wrote: Test (1) is a compiler bug involving

Re: Regressions when building glibc for HPPA.

2010-05-24 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Sun, May 23, 2010 at 9:17 AM, Carlos O'Donell car...@systemhalted.org wrote: I am still analyzing (3), (4) and (5) which appears to be related. A bit of background... In glibc/elf/dl-fptr.c the global variable local references itself by taking the address of local.boot_table. Computing

Re: Regressions when building glibc for HPPA.

2010-05-26 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Wed, May 26, 2010 at 5:57 AM, Aurelien Jarno aure...@debian.org wrote: (1) tstdiomisc - Mark as expected fail until the compiler is fixed. (2) tst-vfork1 - Kernel issue, mark this and tst-vfork2 as expected fail until the kernel is fixed (3) tststatic - Fixed by attached patch. (4)

HPPA patches for the next debian-glibc release.

2010-06-24 Thread Carlos O'Donell
Aurelian, Could you please cherry-pick this patch into glibc? http://sourceware.org/git/?p=glibc-ports.git;a=commit;h=3680f14a7d12a9faa86e09aaea1b3aa20713355e ~~~ commit 3680f14a7d12a9faa86e09aaea1b3aa20713355e Author: Carlos O'Donell car...@systemhalted.org Date: Thu Jun 24 12:13:36 2010

Re: HPPA patches for the next debian-glibc release.

2010-06-24 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 1:41 PM, Aurelien Jarno aure...@debian.org wrote: On Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 12:21:05PM -0400, Carlos O'Donell wrote: Aurelian, Could you please cherry-pick this patch into glibc? http://sourceware.org/git/?p=glibc-ports.git;a=commit;h

Re: glibc 2.6 patch status

2007-05-19 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 5/18/07, Clint Adams [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I took a brief look, and concluded that the following modifications will allow all the patches to apply. The lines that have been commented out represent patches that need to be reviewed and either fixed or thrown out. This is based on the 2.6

Re: glibc 2.6 patch status

2007-05-19 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 5/19/07, Clint Adams [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am available for discussing these patches. Some may already be upstream. For example I've committed the r19use patch to ports already, and some of the nptl changes have been committed already. Where is the debian-glibc svn?

Re: glibc 2.6 patch status

2007-05-19 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 5/19/07, Carlos O'Donell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What is your eta for having this cleaned up? Better put, when would you like these patches cleaned up? Cheers, Carlos. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Incompatibilities in upgrading to libc6 2.5

2007-05-19 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 5/19/07, John Zoidberg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm running a Debian system with glibc6 2.3, but I'm stuck (i.e. I'm unable to install TeX and friends) unless I upgrade to glibc 2.5. This would be no problem if I didn't have to run commercial software (including a cross compiling toolchain)

Re: glibc 2.6 patch status

2007-05-19 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 5/19/07, Clint Adams [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Better put, when would you like these patches cleaned up? I'm just in a hurry to get the packaging tweaked so that I can build and upload 2.6 to experimental, whether or not we have regressions from 2.5. Then we can see how it builds and works

Bug#424057: libc6: internal error: symidx out of range of fptr table

2007-05-19 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 5/15/07, Frans Pop [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Today I saw this error for the second time on my hppa box running the 2.6.18-parisc64-smp kernel: cat: error while loading shared libraries: internal error: symidx out of range of fptr table This does not appear to be a reproducable error. The

Re: [parisc-linux] -pie is broken on hppa

2007-06-02 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 6/2/07, John David Anglin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ok, I applied the first fix, and now -pie exe are working again !!! Hope that update gets installed ASAP. #else /* load main (1st argument) */ ldilLR'.Lpmain, %r26 ldw RR'.Lpmain(%r26), %r26

Re: portmap segfault

2007-06-02 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 6/1/07, Sébastien Bernard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This problem is indeed related to the pie. Same kind of crash before the main function start. I'll start a glibc build and check the flags. This is because PIE is broken on hppa, and the glibc testsuite shows this problem. Aurelien, Who

Bug#434799: FTBFS (hppa): undefined reference to `THREAD_GSCOPE_RESET_FLAG'

2007-07-28 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 7/26/07, dann frazier [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Package: glibc Version: 2.6-4 Severity: serious From: http://buildd.debian.org/fetch.cgi?pkg=glibcver=2.6-4arch=hppastamp=1185478685file=log [snip] gcc-4.2 -nostdlib -nostartfiles -shared -o

Re: Extracting a subset of glibc?

2008-03-15 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Sat, Mar 15, 2008 at 10:04 AM, Angel Tsankov [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there a way to extract a subset of the files in glibc? Sorry if this is an off-topic. This is a very vague question. Could you epxlain what you want to extract, why you want to extract it, and from where? Cheers,

Bug#480093: sys/user.h broken on (at least) hppa

2008-05-07 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Wed, May 7, 2008 at 10:24 PM, Daniel Jacobowitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, May 08, 2008 at 03:16:38AM +0200, Frank Lichtenheld wrote: Package: libc6-dev Version: 2.7-10 Severity: important On HPPA sys/user.h only contains #include linux/user.h which doesn't do anything

Bug#486589: glibc: FTBFS on hppa when using nptl instead of linuxthreads

2008-06-16 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Jun 16, 2008 at 8:13 PM, John Wright [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Package: glibc Version: 2.7-12 Severity: normal I'm trying to test rebuilding the archive against an nptl-enabled glibc on hppa, but I'm having trouble building glibc. I have attached the patch against 2.7-12 that I used

Bug#489856: glibc: FTBFS on hppa

2008-07-08 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 4:49 AM, Miguel Gea Milvaques [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Package: glibc Version: 2.7-12 Severity: serious Justification: no longer builds from source It fails to build in hppa. See buildd logs [1]. [1]

Bug#489856: glibc: FTBFS on hppa

2008-07-08 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 12:04 PM, Aurelien Jarno [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Workaround is already upstream here: http://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=6653 I don't really like this workaround, this just means that every program that use a regex and an UTF-8 locale will hang... In case

Bug#489856: glibc: FTBFS on hppa

2008-07-08 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 12:09 PM, Aurelien Jarno [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Carlos O'Donell a écrit : On Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 12:04 PM, Aurelien Jarno [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Workaround is already upstream here: http://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=6653 I don't really like

Bug#489906: glibc: tst-regex fails on hppa

2008-07-09 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 12:21 PM, Aurelien Jarno [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Package: libc6 Version: 2.7-12 Severity: critical tst-regex fails on hppa, which IMHO is not something acceptable for a release architecture. -- System Information: Debian Release: lenny/sid APT prefers unstable

Bug#489906: glibc: tst-regex fails on hppa

2008-08-07 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 4:00 AM, Aurelien Jarno [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: For those that are not on IRC, I have made a lot of progress on this bug. The problem comes from the patch any/cvs-strerror_r.diff. However, this patch looks ok, actually comes from upstream and fix a bug. It seems it

Re: dirname() trailing slash Segfault bug

2008-08-19 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 9:03 AM, Mirsad Todorovac [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have came across a bug in dirname() function of GNU libc. It is triggered by the following minimal source: #include stdio.h #include string.h int main (int argc, char *argv[]) { char *buf = usr/;

Bug#479952: libc6/s390 - __pthread_mutex_lock: Assertion `mutex-__data.__owner == 0' failed.

2008-10-27 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Sat, Oct 25, 2008 at 1:21 PM, Julien Danjou [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there anything from an outsider that could help? I've seen this on-and-off again on the hppa-linux port. The issue has, in my experience, been a compiler problem. My standard operating procedure is to methodically add

Bug#479952: libc6/s390 - __pthread_mutex_lock: Assertion `mutex-__data.__owner == 0' failed.

2008-10-27 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 10:05 AM, Andrew Haley [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've seen this on-and-off again on the hppa-linux port. The issue has, in my experience, been a compiler problem. My standard operating procedure is to methodically add volatile to the atomic.h operations until it goes

Bug#479952: libc6/s390 - __pthread_mutex_lock: Assertion `mutex-__data.__owner == 0' failed.

2008-10-27 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 11:27 AM, Andrew Haley [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I understand all that, but the question still stands: is the compiler really moving a memory write past a memory barrier? ISTR we did have a discussion on gcc-list about that, but it was a while ago and should now be

Re: How can I 'step into libc' with gdb?

2008-11-03 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Nov 3, 2008 at 12:14 PM, Carlo Wood [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I'm desperately trying to debug something for which I need to be able to step into the libc6 source code, especially libpthread. I installed the -dbg package but it contains no line numbers?! Can someone give me

Re: r3403 - in glibc-package/trunk/debian: . patches patches/any patches/hppa

2009-04-08 Thread Carlos O'Donell
-compat.diff Modified:   glibc-package/trunk/debian/changelog   glibc-package/trunk/debian/patches/series Log:  * patches/any/local-csu-init.diff, patches/hppa/local-nptl-compat.diff:    new patches from Carlos O'Donell to add a compatibility layer for    binaries built against linuxthreads. What

Re: r3403 - in glibc-package/trunk/debian: . patches patches/any patches/hppa

2009-04-13 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 4:01 PM, Aurelien Jarno aurel...@aurel32.net wrote: I have problems to backport your patches to 2.9 (though I haven't try very hard). As glibc 2.10 is going to be released soon, I think the best is actually to package a snapshot of the current CVS, add your patches, and

Re: glibc release branch procedures

2009-06-20 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Wed, Jun 3, 2009 at 11:18 PM, Roland McGrathrol...@redhat.com wrote: I propose these as recommended guidelines for all release branch managers: 1. Don't talk about recommended guidelines for all release branch managers.   No, wait, do talk about them.   Don't suspect your neighbor.  

Makeinfo version parsing broken?

2009-07-13 Thread Carlos O'Donell
I'm a debian-hppa porter, and I was building the most recent libc6 from unstable when I noticed: ~~~ configure: WARNING: *** These auxiliary programs are missing or incompatible versions: makeinfo *** some features will be disabled. *** Check the INSTALL file for required versions. ~~~ During

Re: Makeinfo version parsing broken?

2009-07-13 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 9:33 AM, Aurelien Jarnoaurel...@aurel32.net wrote: On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 09:28:21AM -0400, Carlos O'Donell wrote: I'm a debian-hppa porter, and I was building the most recent libc6 from unstable when I noticed: ~~~ configure: WARNING: *** These auxiliary programs

libc6 2.10?

2009-07-13 Thread Carlos O'Donell
Aurelian, Is there a debian libc6 2.10 somewhere? I see unstable has 2.9. Cheers, Carlos. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-glibc-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble? Contact listmas...@lists.debian.org

Re: Makeinfo version parsing broken?

2009-07-13 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 12:38 PM, Aurelien Jarnoaurel...@aurel32.net wrote: The GFDL instead is not considered non-free, but the GFDL *with* invariant sections is considered non-free. Sorry, I don't follow, I assume you meant to write free somwhere instead of non-free? Cheers, Carlos. -- To

Re: libc6 2.10?

2009-07-13 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 12:46 PM, Aurelien Jarnoaure...@debian.org wrote: On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 10:40:32AM -0400, Carlos O'Donell wrote: Aurelian, Is there a debian libc6 2.10 somewhere? I see unstable has 2.9. My plan is to upload it to experimental once it builds correctly on alpha/ia64

Re: Makeinfo version parsing broken?

2009-07-13 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 12:47 PM, Aurelien Jarnoaurel...@aurel32.net wrote: GFDL *without* invariant sections - free GFDL *with* invariant sections - non-free Thanks. Cheers, Carlos. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-glibc-requ...@lists.debian.org with a subject of unsubscribe. Trouble?

Re: static linking to an older glibc

2009-07-14 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Tue, Jul 14, 2009 at 1:51 AM, aXqdaxqd...@gmail.com wrote: I don't know if I misunderstand the purpose of this mail-list. But I don't know somewhere else to ask. This is not the right place to ask. The correct place is libc-h...@sourceware.org, the GNU C Library help mailing list (added to

Re: libc6 2.10?

2009-07-14 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 1:14 PM, Carlos O'Donellcar...@systemhalted.org wrote: On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 12:46 PM, Aurelien Jarnoaure...@debian.org wrote: On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 10:40:32AM -0400, Carlos O'Donell wrote: Aurelian, Is there a debian libc6 2.10 somewhere? I see unstable has 2.9

Re: Purpose

2009-07-28 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 8:13 AM, Patrick M. Rutkowskirutsk...@gmail.com wrote: I'm confused about the purpose of the libc6-dbg package if I every time I try to step into a libc function I get an error about missing source files. What is this package good for if not stepping into libc code?

Re: hppa nptl switch

2009-08-30 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Wed, Aug 19, 2009 at 8:48 AM, Aurelien Jarnoaurel...@aurel32.net wrote: [Changing debian-bsd to debian-glibc, probably more appropriate to discuss about the internal glibc code ;-)] may I ask you for status of hppa nptl switch ? Petr, Aurelian, I spent the last two days rewriting the

Re: hppa nptl switch

2009-08-31 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 4:16 AM, Petr Salingerpetr.salin...@seznam.cz wrote: Hi. I spent the last two days rewriting the pthread structure layouts for hppa's nptl implementation. It looks very nice and promising now, thanks. I was able to restructure both pthread_mutex_t, and

Re: hppa nptl switch

2009-08-31 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 12:46 PM, Frans Popelen...@planet.nl wrote: Carlos O'Donell wrote: In practice it shouldn't be problem at all. Debian should make sure that binary/library compiled against NPTL-hppa-glibc will require NPTL-hppa-glibc by proper Depends: line like libc6 (= 2.10). Does

Re: hppa nptl switch

2009-09-01 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 2:08 AM, Aurelien Jarnoaurel...@aurel32.net wrote: Frans Pop a écrit : Carlos O'Donell wrote: In practice it shouldn't be problem at all. Debian should make sure that binary/library compiled against NPTL-hppa-glibc will require NPTL-hppa-glibc by proper Depends: line

Re: hppa nptl switch

2009-09-02 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 8:03 PM, Mike Frysingervap...@gentoo.org wrote: i think the question was one about packaging rather than general use ?  if you build a package against a newer glibc version but it only uses older symbols, then in theory it should work fine with older glibc versions.  if

Re: hppa nptl switch

2009-09-02 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 10:55 AM, Aurelien Jarnoaurel...@aurel32.net wrote: On Wed, Sep 02, 2009 at 10:09:22AM -0400, Carlos O'Donell wrote: On Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 8:03 PM, Mike Frysingervap...@gentoo.org wrote: i think the question was one about packaging rather than general use ?  if you

Transition hppa from linuxthreads to nptl is ready to proceed.

2009-09-07 Thread Carlos O'Donell
Aurelian, The following patches implement version 2 of the NPTL upgrade for hppa. This second version is a rewrite of internal pthread structures and is 100% ABI backwards compatible. All old applications will run with the new glibc, including during partial upgrades. I have tested the following

Bug#553722: almost all execution test in gcj-4.4 broken with eglibc-2.10.1-3 on hppa

2009-11-02 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 5:01 AM, Aurelien Jarno aurel...@aurel32.net wrote: Hi HPPA porters, Could someone please have a look at this problem? It seems to be due to the NPTL switch. I'm already looking at the gcj breakage so I'll have a look at this. Thanks. Cheers, Carlos. -- To

Bug#553722: almost all execution test in gcj-4.4 broken with eglibc-2.10.1-3 on hppa

2009-11-08 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 11:17 AM, Carlos O'Donell car...@systemhalted.org wrote: On Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 5:01 AM, Aurelien Jarno aurel...@aurel32.net wrote: Hi HPPA porters, Could someone please have a look at this problem? It seems to be due to the NPTL switch. I'm already looking at the gcj

Bug#553722: almost all execution test in gcj-4.4 broken with eglibc-2.10.1-3 on hppa

2009-11-08 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Sun, Nov 8, 2009 at 1:42 PM, Carlos O'Donell car...@systemhalted.org wrote: Always the same crash for all the failures I've looked at. Hopefully this is something trivial that was missed. The current libc is missing my patches to fix pthread_attr_setstack() and pthread_attr_getstack

Re: Strip *.o files manually (dh_strip does not do it)

2009-11-09 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 2:25 AM, sobtwmxt sobtw...@sdf.lonestar.org wrote: 2.9.27 changelog.Debian contains   Strip *.o files manually (dh_strip does not do it) to prevent   leakage of the build directory. Can you send me the code that does that?  I will probably only open a bug at dh_strip

Re: Strip *.o files manually (dh_strip does not do it)

2009-11-09 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 7:35 AM, Carlos O'Donell car...@systemhalted.org wrote: On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 2:25 AM, sobtwmxt sobtw...@sdf.lonestar.org wrote: 2.9.27 changelog.Debian contains   Strip *.o files manually (dh_strip does not do it) to prevent   leakage of the build directory. Can you

Bug#553722: almost all execution test in gcj-4.4 broken with eglibc-2.10.1-3 on hppa

2009-11-10 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 9:37 PM, Matthias Klose d...@debian.org wrote: looking at the gcc-4.4 g++/libstdc++ test results I see regressions as well; is this reproducible for you? What regressions are you seeing? I have a check-g++ running right now against glibc 2.10.1-0exp2. I'll comment when

Bug#553722: almost all execution test in gcj-4.4 broken with eglibc-2.10.1-3 on hppa

2009-11-10 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Tue, Nov 10, 2009 at 10:32 AM, Carlos O'Donell car...@systemhalted.org wrote: On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 9:37 PM, Matthias Klose d...@debian.org wrote: looking at the gcc-4.4 g++/libstdc++ test results I see regressions as well; is this reproducible for you? What regressions are you seeing

Bug#553722: almost all execution test in gcj-4.4 broken with eglibc-2.10.1-3 on hppa

2009-11-11 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Sun, Nov 8, 2009 at 2:47 PM, Carlos O'Donell car...@systemhalted.org wrote: On Sun, Nov 8, 2009 at 1:42 PM, Carlos O'Donell car...@systemhalted.org wrote: Always the same crash for all the failures I've looked at. Hopefully this is something trivial that was missed. The current libc

Re: [parisc-linux] Glibc maintainers sought for m68k, hppa

2006-04-12 Thread Carlos O'Donell
For the HPPA port, guys from parisc-linux are doing very good job for both the kernel and the glibc. If I am right some of them (at least Carlos) have commit access to the CVS for HPPA. Having write access to the Debian SVN, having an HPPA machine and reading debian-hppa, parisc-linux and

Re: Toolchain TLS support

2006-08-26 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 8/25/06, Aurelien Jarno [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If we count the glibc in experimental all the architectures but the following have TLS support: - hppa It has TLS support in upstream binutils, in gcc 4.1, and there are patches available for glibc, they seems to work. Some people are

Re: Toolchain TLS support

2006-08-27 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 8/27/06, Aurelien Jarno [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What are exactly the serious bugs currently with the NPTL version? If I knew I would fix them. As Jeff says, there are serious testsuite failures. We are debugging them as fast as possible given the volunteer nature of our effort. Given the

Re: Toolchain TLS support

2006-08-29 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 8/29/06, Aurelien Jarno [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ok I see. I actually asked that, because the testsuite was still running when I sent my mail. Now it is finished, and I have see the errors in the testsuite :( Thanks a lot for you hard work on the hppa glibc. I think there are a handful of

Re: [parisc-linux] glibc 2.5 TLS linuxthreads (+ NPTL status)

2007-02-05 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 2/5/07, Guy Martin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Also what is the current status of NPTL on HPPA. Last time I tried it was building but they were some failures in the testsuite. I am currently building a test version here. Is it something stable enough that it can be used in production? I have

glibc nptl failure baseline update.

2007-02-05 Thread Carlos O'Donell
I did a bit of hacking this evening... only to find more compiler bugs, and workarounds :-) The glibc head hppa-linux testsuite baseline looks like this: make[2]: [/libc-tls-nptl/posix/annexc.out] Error 1 (ignored) make[2]: *** [/libc-tls-nptl/io/tst-fstatat.out] Error 1 make[2]: ***

Re: [parisc-linux] glibc nptl failure baseline update.

2007-02-06 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 2/6/07, Guy Martin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: make[2]: *** [/var/tmp/portage/glibc-2.5/work/build-default-hppa2.0-unknown-linux-gnu-nptl/math/test-float.out] Error 1 make[2]: *** [/var/tmp/portage/glibc-2.5/work/build-default-hppa2.0-unknown-linux-gnu-nptl/math/test-double.out] Error 1

Re: [parisc-linux] glibc nptl failure baseline update.

2007-02-06 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 2/6/07, Matthew Wilcox [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, Feb 05, 2007 at 10:13:01PM -0500, Carlos O'Donell wrote: make[2]: *** [/libc-tls-nptl/io/tst-fstatat.out] Error 1 make[2]: *** [/libc-tls-nptl/io/tst-futimesat.out] Error 1 make[2]: *** [/libc-tls-nptl/io/tst-renameat.out] Error 1

Re: [parisc-linux] glibc nptl failure baseline update.

2007-02-06 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 2/6/07, Guy Martin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The NaN fix was applied. The bug changed this way after aplying it : Test suite completed: 2917 test cases plus 2564 tests for exception flags executed. 4 errors occurred. This is a tolerance issue. Udate sysdeps/hppa/fpu/libm-test-ulps. I

NPTL for hppa-linux is not backwards compatible with Linuxthreads.

2007-02-18 Thread Carlos O'Donell
NPTL for hppa-linux is not backwards compatible with Linuxthreads, we have broken the pthread ABI. I made the choice. I told people we were breaking the ABI. We even looked at weird alternatives. In the end I felt we could not sanely support NPTL with load and clear word primitives. When I say

Re: NPTL for hppa-linux is not backwards compatible with Linuxthreads.

2007-02-18 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 2/18/07, Roland McGrath [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: NPTL for hppa-linux is not backwards compatible with Linuxthreads, we have broken the pthread ABI. Please elaborate on exactly which types and entrypoints are incompatible. All statically initialized locks are broken. We made locks

Re: NPTL for hppa-linux is not backwards compatible with Linuxthreads.

2007-02-19 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 2/19/07, Aurelien Jarno [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well, the ABI breakage is confirmed. I just remember people siting some other corner case problems with the ABI they wanted to change. Now would be a great time to change it all over if we need to do this. You mean on hppa? Do you remember

Re: [parisc-linux] Re: NPTL for hppa-linux is not backwards compatible with Linuxthreads.

2007-02-22 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 2/22/07, Roland McGrath [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: All statically initialized locks are broken. We made locks smaller, and changed the value of the static initialization. Smaller? Smaller is easy. And you didn't actually reduce __SIZEOF_PTHREAD_MUTEX_T, did you? This seems like it would

Re: [parisc-linux] Re: NPTL for hppa-linux is not backwards compatible with Linuxthreads.

2007-02-23 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 2/23/07, Roland McGrath [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In the new structure we have shifted everything up because __lock is now an integer, instead of a _pthread_fastlock with a 4 word lock structure. Should I add padding after __lock e.g. int pad[3]? Yes, you must dedicate those words to

Re: [parisc-linux] Re: NPTL for hppa-linux is not backwards compatible with Linuxthreads.

2007-02-25 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 2/23/07, Roland McGrath [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Unfortunatly, due to alignment the NPTL pthread_cond_t grows larger than the Linuxthreads version when I add the padding. This is the only structure the grows larger in size than before. Is there any way I can avoid adding the padding? It

Re: glibc plans for the lenny cycle

2007-04-15 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 4/12/07, Aurelien Jarno [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Also for hppa and glibc 2.6, if we are not able to build it linuxthreads + TLS support, we will have to switch to NPTL, and that *may* mean a libc transition. We are still waiting for more information from the upstream hppa porters. The

Re: Where can I find stdlib.c to check the bsearch() implementation?

2011-12-08 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 12/7/2011 6:38 AM, Teodor MICU wrote: Hi, I would like to see how bsearch() function is implemented in GNU C library. I see that it is declared in stdlib.h but I couldn't find the corresponding stdlib.c file anywhere in the Debian archive (i.e. with apt-file search stdlib.c). I've

Re: struct user conflicts on armel and armfh

2011-12-14 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 6:59 PM, peter green peter.gr...@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk wrote: Do porters and/or glibc maintainers think this should be dealt with on the libc6-dev side or should I continue to file patches that deal with this issue on the application side? As an upstream glibc

Re: struct user conflicts on armel and armfh

2011-12-15 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 2:15 AM, peter green peter.gr...@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk wrote: While renaming the structure would be one soloution to the conflicts changing a long standing* interface to solve a problem that is arch specific and has only recently become a significant issue** seems

Re: struct user conflicts on armel and armfh

2011-12-15 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 1:52 PM, peter green plugw...@p10link.net wrote: From my tests it seems that in both squeeze and sid __USE_XOPEN2K8 gets defined by default (in ) but __USE_XOPEN does not. so this change to the ifdef changed it from default no to default yes Reverting the change the

Re: struct user conflicts on arm

2011-12-17 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Sat, Dec 17, 2011 at 7:57 AM, peter green plugw...@p10link.net wrote: mind also looking at WCHAR_MIN/MAX undefined for arm? http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=598937 They most certainly are defined. The trouble is that WCHAR_MAX is defined in a strange way. #define

Re: struct user conflicts on arm

2011-12-17 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Sat, Dec 17, 2011 at 7:54 PM, peter green plugw...@p10link.net wrote: Your patch to fix ucontext namespace pollution looks good, please post that to libc-ports for review should I send it immidiately or should I wait until I have test results to give them? Wait until the test results are

Re: glibc testsuite improvement

2012-08-27 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Aug 27, 2012 at 8:28 AM, Tomas Dohnalek tdohn...@redhat.com wrote: I have started to work on automation of comparing outputs from glibc testsuite, because of pointless manual work when new version arrives and we want to do as much as possible in upstream. In the beginning of the

Bug#672934: tagging 672934

2012-09-26 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 9/26/2012 6:07 AM, Andreas Henriksson wrote: Hello again! On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 03:07:54PM +0200, Aurelien Jarno wrote: [...] Anything someone can help out with? You can build it and try it. Would like to report that I'm getting test failures First build these tests failed:

Re: Libc6 messages in Esperanto

2013-02-03 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 02/02/2013 01:28 AM, Sian Mountbatten wrote: Dear Maintainers Is any work being done to translate libc6 messages into Esperanto? I am willing to translate a .pot file into Esperanto. Sincerely The GNU C Library uses the Translation Project services for translation

Bug#711913: libc6: ld.so falsely claims the vDSO comes from a file

2013-06-10 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 4:22 PM, Samuel Bronson naes...@gmail.com wrote: With Drepper gone, upstream is now interested in a fix, but say they aren't likely to get to it anytime soon themselves, and seem to want something at least slightly more involved than what Redhat has. (In particular,

Bug#714219: libc6: crypt(3) returns NULL with EINVAL instead of falling back to DES, breaking GNU software

2013-06-26 Thread Carlos O'Donell
From the 2.17 NEWS: * The `crypt' function now fails if passed salt bytes that violate the specification for those values. On Linux, the `crypt' function will consult /proc/sys/crypto/fips_enabled to determine if FIPS mode is enabled, and fail on encrypted strings using the MD5 or DES

Re: Bug#714219: [Debian #714219] libc6: crypt(3) returns NULL with EINVAL instead of falling back to DES, breaking GNU software

2013-07-03 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Tue, Jul 2, 2013 at 12:52 PM, Alexandre Oliva aol...@redhat.com wrote: At this point, I'd rather we took the opportunity to fix code that makes unsafe assumptions about the behavior of crypt than push the problem on for users to figure out when a glibc upgrade causes passwords to fail to be

Bug#714219: #714219 - libc6: crypt(3) returns NULL… told you so

2013-07-18 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On 07/18/2013 06:11 AM, Thorsten Glaser wrote: Told you so… -- Forwarded message -- Subject: apt-listchanges: changelogs for tglase.lan.tarent.de cyrus-sasl2 (2.1.25.dfsg1-14) unstable; urgency=low * CVE-2013-4122: Handle NULL returns from glibc 2.17+ crypt()

Bug#718577: libc6: Libc6/libm-2.17 almost two times slower than 2.13 in trigonometric calculations

2013-08-02 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Fri, Aug 2, 2013 at 12:10 PM, bugsbuster hal.bugsbus...@gmail.com wrote: * What led up to the situation? Upstream glibc fixed a number of correctness issues in non-default rounding modes. These correctness issues had a performance impact which has only just been fixed in 2.18. I suggest

Bug#718577: libc6: Libc6/libm-2.17 almost two times slower than 2.13 in trigonometric calculations

2013-08-02 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Fri, Aug 2, 2013 at 7:45 PM, Hal BugsBuster hal.bugsbus...@gmail.com wrote: I cannot fully explain what I am doing exactly but I am working on soft real-time avionic problems and the use of libm2-17 is ... IMPOSSIBLE since it multiplies by two the duration of all our computations... I'm

Re: New “expected” testsuite failures for eglibc on m68k?

2013-08-27 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Tue, Aug 27, 2013 at 2:57 AM, Thorsten Glaser t.gla...@tarent.de wrote: Hi everyone, during the weekend I built eglibc manually without disabling the tests and here’s the result for your perusal. Cc’ing the porters list in case there’s someone who can do something about those failures ;)

Re: debian/patches review

2002-08-11 Thread Carlos O'Donell
GOTO, Carlos O'Donell wrote: glibc22-hppa-unwind.dpatch 2.2 CVS:not in 2.3 CVS:not in Comment:After checking it's ok or not, then submit to upstream if it's correct. This patch is applied only kernel version

Re: more depreciated patches

2002-08-22 Thread Carlos O'Donell
gotom, I checked through the debian/patch directory and the following patches are all in glibc-2-2-branch for sure and should be removed from debian glibc cvs... Speaking of clean up patches. I have two patches in testing for hppa that I should post to the list... though they are

Breaking PARISC ABI - Testing procedures?

2002-08-26 Thread Carlos O'Donell
debian-gcc, I sense another PARISC ABI breakage coming in the very near future. The ABI breakage is caused by the following three items: 1- setjmp/longjmp implementation is flawed (Testing) 2- mcontext_t is incorrect in glibc (BTS #157374) 3- sizeof(long double) is incorrect in gcc and glibc

glibc hppa - get/set/make/swap/context() non-atomic ops

2002-08-27 Thread Carlos O'Donell
PA'ers, Comments or thoughts about the following issues would be appreciated. These items are taken from my collection of TODO notes for glibc, and were recently added by comments from Helge and Willy. - Implement make/swap/set/get/context() calls in glibc = Don't know what's

Bug#157374: Review fix for hppa - .dpatch provided - Tested / ABI breakage.

2002-08-28 Thread Carlos O'Donell
Thanks for the wait, I needed to figure out how much if any breakage would result from this change. Seems there isn't that much use of mcontext without having implemented set/get/make/swap/context() for hppa. As an addendum, nothing that wasn't _already_ broken could _become_ broken

Re: help prior to reinstall attempt please?

2002-09-01 Thread Carlos O'Donell
If I use 'dpkg -i' to install these packages does it matter what order I list them on the command line? I was going to use... dpkg -i libc6_2.2.92-1_powerpc.deb libc6-dev_2.2.92-1_powerpc.deb nscd_2.2.92-1_powerpc.deb locales_2.2.92-1_all.deb Is that the best ordering or

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