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bug#39266: Finalization thread hits wrong-type-arg on weak vector (AArch
bug#39266: Finalization thread hits wrong-type-arg on weak vector (AArch64)
Wed, 19 Feb 2020 07:19:57 -0700
Well, I would be happy, because right now I can’t do guix pull.
I tried multiple timed on aarch64 with no success.
> On Feb 19, 2020, at 6:50 AM, Ludovic Courtès <address@hidden> wrote:
> Ludovic Courtès <address@hidden> skribis:
>> While building the “guix-system.drv” derivation on AArch64, I got this
>> crash (not fully deterministic but quite frequent). Here the
>> finalization thread gets a wrong-type-arg in ‘scm_i_weak_car’ (i.e.,
>> accessing a one-element weak vector):
>> $ ( export out=$PWD/build; unset GUILE_LOAD_PATH; unset
>> GUILE_LOAD_COMPILED_PATH; gdb --args
>> "--no-auto-compile" "-L"
>> "/gnu/store/3qg8l6kr4wa9sbgwy00z1mb3p88xf455-module-import" "-C"
>> guix-system-builder )
>> loading 'gnu/services/cups.scm'...
> Apparently this bug does not occur with v3.0.0-23-g7dc90a17e¹. It may
> be that 00fbdfa7345765168e14438eed0b0b8c64c27ab9 reduces GC pressure,
> which as a side effect makes the problem vanish.
> It’s not satisfactory, but as a stop-gap measure, we could release 3.0.1
> like this, which could make Guile 3 usable for Guix on AArch64.
> ¹ Specifically, I tested by (1) building a tarball with “make dist”, (2)
> running “guix build guile-next
> --with-source=guile-next=the-tarball.tar.gz”, and (3) running that
> Guile in the code above. For some reason, Guile 3.0.0 built “by hand”
> would not reproduce the original bug, which is why I built it through