[Mono-list] embeded mono segfaults without calling managed code

Chris Ochs chris at ochsnet.com
Mon Aug 5 05:49:15 UTC 2013

It appears that java and mono both use some of the same signals for GC and
pthreads, and step on each other.  If you embed mono in a java app it works
fine until you start spinning up other java threads, then it eventually
segfaults.  This happens even if you do nothing but call mono_jit_init in
the main thread.

On Fri, Aug 2, 2013 at 10:50 PM, snacktime <chris at ochsnet.com> wrote:

> I'm embedding mono using C, which I'm calling from java.   I'm loading the
> mono runtime in the main thread.  That all works fine, until I load the
> rest
> of my app, at which point it segfaults.  It does this even when the only
> thing I do is call mono_jit_init().  My c method that calls that returns
> void, there are no references to anything from the mono side that I'm
> carrying around.
> I'd debug it with gdb but it's a jruby app, and I haven't figured out how
> to
> debug that under gdb.
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