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Re: Build of devel/eclipse hangs



Hi Matthias,

Thanks for the detailed report. The problem you are seeing looks
exactly like a problem that was fixed about 10 days ago. Are you
sure you are running -current userland?

-Kurt

On Monday 03 October 2005 03:00 pm, Matthias Kilian wrote:
> Hi,
>
> when trying to build deve/eclipse, the build hangs after some time. From
> eclipse-sdk-3.1p2.log:
>
> [...]
>
> |      [echo] TARGET: compiler
>
> [tons of verbose ant blurb]
>
> |     [javac] [total 10074ms]
> |      [echo] UPDATE ecj.jar
> |
> | BUILD SUCCESSFUL
> | Total time: 15 seconds
> | Assuming RHEL CLASSPATH compatible.
> |      [echo] TARGET: compiler2
> |      [echo] compilerArg -encoding ISO-8859-1
> |      [echo] build compiler org.eclipse.jdt.core.JDTCompilerAdapter
> |      [echo] UPDATE ecj.jar
> |
> | BUILD SUCCESSFUL
> | Total time: 13 seconds
> | Assuming RHEL CLASSPATH compatible.
> |      [echo] Deleting jars to recompile...
>
> At this point, the java process just eats up CPU time.  A quick
>
> ktrace(1)/kdump(1) gives the following:
> |    478 java     EMUL  "native"
> |    478 java     CALL  sigreturn(0xcfbd12ec)
> |    478 java     RET   sigreturn JUSTRETURN
> |    478 java     PSIG  SIGSEGV caught handler=0x8c54e28 mask=0x0
> | addr=0x8293c000 trapno=2 478 java     CALL  write(0x4,0xcfbd12c7,0x1)
> |    478 java     RET   write -1 errno 35 Resource temporarily unavailable
> |    478 java     CALL  sigreturn(0xcfbd12ec)
> |    478 java     RET   sigreturn JUSTRETURN
> |    478 java     PSIG  SIGSEGV caught handler=0x8c54e28 mask=0x0
> | addr=0x8293c000 trapno=2
>
> [...]
>
> And so on, ad infinitum.
>
> I'm using a two days old -current (oct. 1th, 15:00 UTC) on i386 and
> the following limits:
>
> time(cpu-seconds)    unlimited
> file(blocks)         unlimited
> coredump(blocks)     unlimited
> data(kbytes)         716800
> stack(kbytes)        32768
> lockedmem(kbytes)    316673
> memory(kbytes)       948592
> nofiles(descriptors) 128
> processes            128
>
> malloc.conf is AJFG, USE_SYSTRACE is Yes, but I had the same problem
> some days ago an tried with systrace and malloc.conf disabled,
> without any success.
>
> All packages (except eclipse, of course) are uptodate, including
> the 1.4 JDK.
>
> Could anyone please try to reproduce this problem?
>
> Ciao,
> 	Kili



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