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Re: Using fsvs as UID 0

Author benjaminm
Full name Benjamin M.
Date 2007-03-09 14:03:47 PST
Message Philipp Marek wrote, On 09/03/07 11:51:
> On Friday 09 March 2007 17:42 Benjamin M. wrote:
>
>> I would be thrilled to be able to give you an answer...
>>
> Then why don't you?
>
Lack of knowledge and the hard reality of being at the beginning of the
learning curve... Remember... I'm a power user not a developer!
>> In the meantime
>> I will only be able to give you problems to solve... ;-)
>>
>> About 015 ... no luck with r732...
>>
> Yes, I know. I'm working on that ... should be done by Monday.
Ok. I just wanted to be sure that the problem had been acknowledged...



Philipp Marek wrote, On 09/03/07 13:43:
> On Friday 09 March 2007 16:59 Benjamin M. wrote:
>
>> Program received signal SIGBUS, Bus error.
>> [Switching to Thread -1209022080 (LWP 24317)]
>> 0x0804b0e0 in cs___end_of_block (
>> data=0xb7cf1000 "<snip>"..., maxlen=34229, eob=0xbfe2d200,
>> mb_f=0x8064ba0) at checksum.c:563
>> 563 mb_f->state =
>> (mb_f->state*CS__​MANBER_PRIME + data[i] -
>> (gdb) print *mb_f
>> $1 = {sts = 0xb7c2f888, input = 0x0, last_fpos = 0, fpos = 0,
>> full_md5_ctx = {state = {1732584193, 4023233417, 2562383102, 271733878},
>> count = {0, 0}, buffer = '\0' <repeats 63 times>, xlate = 0x0},
>> full_md5 = '\0' <repeats 15 times>, block_md5_ctx = {state =
>> {1732584193, 4023233417, 2562383102, 271733878}, count = {0, 0}, buffer
>> = '\0' <repeats 63 times>, xlate = 0x0},
>> block_md5 = '\0' <repeats 15 times>, manber_fd = -1, state =
>> 958297347, last_state = 958297347, bktrk_bytes = 2048, bktrk_last = 0,
>> backtrack = "<snip>"..., data_bits = 127}
>> (gdb) print i
>> $2 = 32768
>>
> I just committed 1.2GB, 98346 files+directories, without a problem.
>
> Is it just this file, or the amount of data? Please try committing parts -
> other directories, and try to keep this file for a single commit, so that at
> least this question gets answered.
>
> Is that some critical file? It seems to happen just at the beginning. Maybe
> changing a single byte at the start would change something ...

I will investigate... but so far ... good news... a sync-repos seems to
have fixed the problem... go figure...

Ben.
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                                                                                                 Re: Using fsvs as UID 0 benjaminm Benjamin M. 2007-03-10 12:02:26 PST
                                                                                                     Re: Using fsvs as UID 0 pmarek P.Marek 2007-03-11 10:38:54 PDT
                                                                                                         Re: Using fsvs as UID 0 pmarek P.Marek 2007-03-12 05:01:26 PDT
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