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Re: Go patch committed: Update libgo to 1.1.1

On Mon, Jul 22, 2013 at 6:38 AM, Uros Bizjak <> wrote:
>>>>>> I have committed a large patch to update libgo to the library that was
>>>>>> part of the Go 1.1.1 release.  As usual, I'm not including the entire
>>>>>> patch in this e-mail message, because it is too large.  I'm only
>>>>>> including the changes to the files that are partially gccgo-specific.
>>>>>> Bootstrapped and ran Go testsuite on x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu.
>>>>>> Committed to mainline and 4.8 branch.
>>>>> I have hit following build failure on non-USING_SPLIT_STACK target
>>>>> (alpha-linux-gnu):
>>>> Thanks.  Fixed like so.  Committed to mainline and 4.8 branch.
>>> Thanks, with your patch, I was able to compile libgo without problems.
>>> The testsuite run exposes a timeout in net/http, I am looking into it.
> I have also managed to trigger the timeout on x86_64-pc-linux-gnu.
> The test was re-run with GOTESTFLAGS=--keep. When running the
> resulting a.out with "strace -f -o strace-x86_64 ./a.out" from the
> saved test directory, the test behaved in the same way as on alpha -
> it hever finished. I have attached the resulting trace (the test was
> killed with ctrl-c after some time).

Thanks.  The problematic test is TestLinuxSendfile in
libgo/net/http/fs_test.go.  That test binary invokes itself using
strace.  In the trace here, that strace fails:

8511  ptrace(PTRACE_TRACEME, 0, 0, 0)   = -1 EPERM (Operation not permitted)
8511  write(2, "strace: test_ptrace_setoptions_f"..., 96) = 96

The strace is supposed to start up a little server, and the test
binary tries to connect to that server.  Since the server hasn't
started, the test times out.

The strace invocation is

strace -f -q -e trace=sendfile,sendfile64 ./a.out

Any idea why that would fail?

The Alpha stack trace you send also indicates a failure in this test.
It could be for the same reason; hard to say.  The Alpha strace output
you send doesn't tell me much, since it wasn't done with -f.


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