Juergen Gross writes ("Re: [Xen-devel] [PATCH] xenstore: increase default
thread stack size to 32k"):
> The main problem is that any thread local storage is taken from the
> stack without any interface being available for adjusting the _real_
> stack size instead of the meory for thread local storage + stack.
> So we can increase the stack size of the xenstore thread and wait for
> the next breakage, or we have to think about a proper solution.
> Right now I have no sensible idea how to address the problem, as the
> old thread suggests the underlying glibc problem isn't fixed yet (wow:
> the problem is known for more than 7 years now):
Thank you, Juergen, for providing facts!
I withdraw my ack on this patch.
I agree with all the complaints in the libc bugzilla and disegree with
glibc upstream. I think this should be fixed in the libc. Sadly the
libc bugzilla doesn't have a libc patch.
I would accept a workaround in libxenstore that does something similar
to what they do in Rust...
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