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Re: svn commit aborting

From: Pete Yandell <pete_at_yandell.com>
Date: 2004-03-11 08:36:40 CET

Some more info on the problem...

The end of a ktrace on the svn commit looks like this:

  13511 svn CALL pread(0x16,0x691c10,0x1000,0,0x1304000)
  13511 svn GIO fd 22 read 4096 bytes
        ... a whole pile of data from Model Classes/InstrumentGroup.h, which
has just been deleted with svn rm, in here ...
  13511 svn RET pread 4096/0x1000
  13511 svn CALL select(0,0,0,0,0xbffff720)
  13511 svn RET select 0
  13511 svn CALL sigprocmask(0x3,0xbffff604,0)
  13511 svn RET sigprocmask 0
  13511 svn CALL kill(0x34c7,0x6)
  13511 svn RET kill 0

So it looks like a select is being called on no file descriptors, and
svn is sending itself a SIGABRT after that.

Why on earth would it be doing this? Help!

Pete Yandell
Received on Thu Mar 11 08:37:08 2004

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