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[Qemu-devel] [Bug 1547526] Re: Java program does not execute on SPARC So
[Qemu-devel] [Bug 1547526] Re: Java program does not execute on SPARC Solaris 8
Mon, 11 Apr 2016 13:55:05 -0000
Great Mark! This patch solves my problem. Thank you very much.
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Java program does not execute on SPARC Solaris 8
Status in QEMU:
I am trying to run a java program that never execute. The program uses
jre1.1.5 which came with the java program. I don't know what to do to
run this application. There are some random messages in command line
that can be related to my problem (or not). They are:
#1. Webstart launcher crashing.
Also found here:
#2. Assertion failed: MUTEX_HELD(&svc_mutex), file rpc/svc_run.c, line
Which was already reported here:
#3. Some problems with libthread in Solaris.
I have tried a workaround setting LM_LIBRARY_PATH to use another
version of libthread that Solaris 8 has.
I don't know if this is a qemu problem or Solaris problem.
My java application can be executed in command line or in GUI but I've tried
both with no luck. I also have tryed other versions of JRE from 1.1.8 to 1.5
but no luck either.
I appreciate **any information** that can help me to execute the java
I am using qemu-system-sparc (v2.5.50) with Solaris 8
The host is an Ubuntu 15.10 and I am using the openbios-sparc from Ubuntus
ppa as shown bellow:
openbios-sparc | 1.1+svn1334-1 |
http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ wily/universe amd64 Packages
The command line used to launch qemu is:
-M SS-5 \
-m 256 \
-boot c \
-cdrom $(DATA_ISO) \
-drive file=root-disk.img,index=0,media=disk,format=raw \
-serial stdio \
-monitor tcp::4444,server,nowait \
-net user \
-net nic \
DATA_ISO is the way I found to send my data to the guest.
The root-disk.img is:
Disk root-disk.img: 36 GiB, 38654705664 bytes, 75497472 sectors
Geometry: 27 heads, 107 sectors/track, 24620 cylinders
Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
Disklabel type: sun
Device Start End Sectors Size Id Type Flags
root-disk.img1 0 2744549 2744550 1.3G 2 SunOS root
root-disk.img2 2744550 3047894 303345 148.1M 3 SunOS swap u
root-disk.img3 0 71127179 71127180 33.9G 5 Whole disk
root-disk.img8 3047895 71127179 68079285 32.5G 8 SunOS home
file format: raw
virtual size: 36G (38654705664 bytes)
disk size: 1.2G
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