java on cygwin - 2082 tests pass

Christian Jönsson christian@j-son.org
Thu May 9 21:39:00 GMT 2002


On Wed, May 08, 2002 at 12:10:07PM -0600, Tom Tromey wrote:
> >>>>> "ChJ" == Christian Jönsson <christian@j-son.org> writes:
> 
> David> FAIL: Array_3 execution from source compiled test
> 
> >> This tests null pointer exception creation and handling.
> 
> ChJ> I have severe problems with Array_3 from gcc-3.1 on sparc32-linux
> ChJ> also as I have reported before. It goes into an infinite loop,
> ChJ> past dejagnu's 300 sec limit, does not abort, eventaully the
> ChJ> system crashes.
> 
> ChJ> This is on a, currently dual sun4m, (SS20) system running Debian Woody
> ChJ> with a 2.2.20 SMP kernel. It might be related to a kernel memory
> ChJ> handling problem as davem suggests.
> 
> I've CC'd David.
> 
> If it is a kernel problem then there's probably little we can do about it.
> Anyway, this is almost certainly different from the Array_3 problem on
> Cygwin.
> 
> Tom

Well, more for completeness (I really need a 2.4.x SMP sun4m kernel).

This was on a Debian Woody (test release) sun4m system with these
packages:

binutils                           2.12.90.0.1-4
dejagnu                            1.4.2-1.1
gcc                                2:2.95.4-14 (Debian prerelease)
gcc-2.95			   1:2.95.4-7 (Debian prerelease)
gnat				   3.14p-3
kernel-image-2.2.20-sun4dm-smp     9
libc6                              2.2.5-4

In-tree joined gcc-3.1 and binutils-2.12 cvs branches.

LAST_UPDATED: Thu May  9 13:30:04 UTC 2002

Similar problem, running Array_3 from the testsuite, Array_3 runs
a long time, beyound 300 sec dejagnu limit, does ot abort, hangs
the machine... I might try Billingurts's patch to dejagnu's remote.exp
to see if that makes dejagnu abort Array_3 again...

Here's the kernel related output (just for reference) 

Array_3 (24622): Oops

PSR: 404000c0  PC: fe361788  NDC: fe36178c  Y: 00400000

.
.
.

Caller(f001b249)
Caller(f0016428)
Caller(500c2bd4)
Instruction DUMP: 80a40015 0280000d 80a72000 <d0040000> 80a22000 02800004 7c73bfe3 01000000

FWIW... :-(

Cheers,

/ChJ



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