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Re: df triggering deallocation of an invalid port?

From: Justus Winter
Subject: Re: df triggering deallocation of an invalid port?
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2014 12:51:38 +0200
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Hey Thomas :)

Quoting Thomas Schwinge (2014-09-23 12:26:01)
> Hi!
> The root filesystem and the one backing ~/ are two separate instances of
> ext2fs.  I just ran »dh -h ~/« , and noticed on the GNU Mach console:
> »task e19b6e10 deallocating an invalid port 1047, most probably a bug.«
> As it is one of the few Mach tasks that don't get a proper name set (as
> far as I know),

Only if your gnumach is oldish, 4e55e562 sets the name of tasks
created by the boot script.  I do not know whether Samuel pulled this
into the Debian package though.

> I suspect it is the root filesystem that has been printing this.

I see quite a lot of tasks without proper names, I suspect fork w/o exec...

> Running df again, it does not reproduce.  (But I've seen this
> before, so probably "once per system boot".)  Per rpctrace, df is
> doing all kinds of RPCs.  Issue to be confirmed, and to be analyzed.

Try rpctracing `/hurd/mtab /' instead of doing df.


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