Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 432302
[gcj] Main thread's stack smashed during gc()
Last modified: 2008-11-26 06:24:38 EST
I can repo this on my laptop; am trying to repo it on a toronto machine.
Under load (agressive garbage collection, finalization, and with a shortage of
file descriptors), the main thread's stack is corrupted vis:
#0 0x0810a362 in log (logger=0xbfcb85e0, pid=0xfffffff6, status=0xffffffff,
err=0xa) at ../../frysk/frysk-sys/frysk/sys/cni/Wait.cxx:87
#1 0x0810ad18 in frysk::sys::Wait::wait (waitPid=0xd8da0,
millisecondTimeout=0xbfcb862004104828, ignoreECHILD=0x0) at
#2 0x02df4240 in java::lang::reflect::Method::invoke (this=0x51ba0,
frame #2 should be either a test or tear-down routine.
The bogus call to wait leading to an NPE.
$ gcc --version
gcc (GCC) 4.1.2 20070925 (Red Hat 4.1.2-33)
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