[Pharo-project] Re Please test Pharo 1.3!

Igor Stasenko siguctua at gmail.com
Tue Jun 28 20:32:54 EDT 2011


On 29 June 2011 01:37, Nicolas Cellier
<nicolas.cellier.aka.nice at gmail.com> wrote:
> Spending 100% CPU in delay wait sounds rather weird, doesn't it ?
> Probably my miss interpretation of stack below...
>
Well, it could be something else. i just see the CPU load from VM
which completely takes one core.
Perhaps the semaphore wait primitive failing and we got a tight loop.

> Nicolas
>
> 2011/6/29 Igor Stasenko <siguctua at gmail.com>:
>> I tried to run pharo-1.3 image on windows using this VM:
>> https://pharo-ic.lille.inria.fr/hudson/job/CogWin32/
>>
>> and yes, it hangs (with 100% cpu load) on following:
>>
>> 0x19d00c M Semaphore>critical: 287877560: a(n) Semaphore
>>  0x19d028 M DelayWaitTimeout(Delay)>schedule 309700876: a(n) DelayWaitTimeout
>>  0x19d040 M [] in DelayWaitTimeout>wait 309700876: a(n) DelayWaitTimeout
>>  0x19d060 M BlockClosure>ensure: 309700996: a(n) BlockClosure
>>  0x19d07c M DelayWaitTimeout>wait 309700876: a(n) DelayWaitTimeout
>>  0x19d098 M Semaphore>waitTimeoutMSecs: 309171644: a(n) Semaphore
>>  0x19d0c4 M Socket>waitForConnectionFor:ifTimedOut: 309171620: a(n) Socket
>>  0x19d0e4 M Socket>waitForAcceptFor: 309171620: a(n) Socket
>>  0x19d108 M ZnMultiThreadedServer>serveConnectionsOn: 309170948: a(n)
>> ZnMultiThreadedServer
>>  0x19d12c I [] in ZnMultiThreadedServer>listenLoop 309170948: a(n)
>> ZnMultiThreadedServer
>>  0x19d14c M BlockClosure>ifCurtailed: 309171900: a(n) BlockClosure
>>  0x19d170 I ZnMultiThreadedServer>listenLoop 309170948: a(n)
>> ZnMultiThreadedServer
>>  0x19d190 I [] in ZnMultiThreadedServer(ZnSingleThreadedServer)>start
>> 309170948: a(n) ZnMultiThreadedServer
>>  0x19d1b0 I [] in BlockClosure>newProcess 309171228: a(n) BlockClosure
>>
>> so this is not a problem with VM, since it responding but something
>> with ZnServerYaddaYadda
>>
>>
>> --
>> Best regards,
>> Igor Stasenko AKA sig.
>>
>>
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