[Mono-devel-list] Threading, NPTL, libgc (beta2)

Mike Morano mmorano at mikeandwan.us
Sun Jun 20 15:48:07 EDT 2004


After being fairly unsuccessful at creating a decent app to exhibit this 
behavior, I rebuilt glibc (and a few other pkgs) on my gentoo box, without 
nptl support.  Additionally, when configuring mono beta 3, I passed 
--with-nptl=no.  So far the XSP test site and my site work as they used to in 
beta1, and it has not "hung" on a page yet!

I am very excited that it is now working, although a little surprised, because 
I thought nptl was supposed to be transparent.  Also, no other programs (at 
least from what I have noticed) appeared to be affected by nptl.  Anyways, if 
any of the developers are looking into this, and need more info, please let 
me know, and the steps I should perform to get you this info, as this is 
quite a bit over my head.  I am very interested in understanding the real 
problem that was occuring, and would be happy to help, if at all possible.


On Saturday 05 June 2004 01:22 am, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
> hello,
> >   I think I am in the same boat as you.  Since upgrading to beta2, I have
> > been running into odd behavior w/ XSP and mod_mono (and I also run
> > gentoo).  I sent a note to the mono user list about this, but haven't
> > heard anything yet. I tried upgrading to the latest available glibc, and
> > still have the same problems.  I might try to play around with some
> > things this weekend, but I am not hopeful...
> >
> >   Are there any happy Gentoo folks that aren't having this odd behavior
> > in beta2? (then we can compare the packages we each have installed..)
> What we are going to need from you guys is the smallest possible
> program that breaks on your system, and we will start tracking the
> issue down from there.
> Could you guys cook the smallest possible program possible?
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