Re: [PATCH] parisc: futex: Use same lock set as lws calls

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On 10/17/2011 4:55 PM, Carlos O'Donell wrote:
On 10/17/2011 2:10 PM, John David Anglin wrote:
>  On 10/17/2011 11:47 AM, Carlos O'Donell wrote:
>>  The test-fork1 failure is still unexplained and happens intermittently.
> > I have built a lot of unstable on my rp3440. I think this one causes failures in the thread
>  testsuites of perl, python2.7 and glib2.0.  These are characterized by tests hanging.
> > There is another class of failures. They typically cause my rp3440 to crash due
>  to cache corruption.  The GCC libgomp and libatomic-ops testsuite seem to trigger
>  this one.  As I have mentioned, it's the libgomp "for" tests that
>>  The cancellation issues happen in tst-cancel*.
>>  I believe the cancellation issues are toolchain issues and I need to
>>  look into them.
>  Possibly, this is related to the following bug that I found last week building mpfr-3.1.0:
>  A call to __tls_get_addr clobbers first argument of call to mpfr_cache.  Don't have a
>  fix at the moment, but there is a simple testcase.
> > On a different subject, I tried to get udev-172-1 working. However, this breaks bootstrap
>  due to an invalid argument in a call to inotify_init.  It's somewhat timing dependent since
>  some kernels will boot if they build enough of /dev before udev messes up.  In any case,
>  I believe that Guy Martin posted a patch a year or so ago to correct an inconsistency
>  between the glibc and the kernel for some bit definitions.  I'm thinking this may fix the
>  udev problem.
What patch is this? I don't remember it. URL?


John David Anglin    dave.anglin@xxxxxxxx

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