[klibc] Bug#516294: On the trail of sigsuspend(2)
tg at mirbsd.de
Sat Jan 29 15:52:39 PST 2011
>root at ara2:~ # klcc -o tklibc t.c; gcc -o tglibc t.c; ./tklibc; ./tglibc
Hm. Apparently, it’s not that, because klibc appears to use the
old-style functions and old_sigset_t is a long, so okay. (And
no, it’s not related to that commit, 1.5.20 was broken too.)
strace ./mksh -c ls shows:
sigsuspend([INT ILL USR1 USR2 ALRM CHLD CONT STOP WINCH]
Funnily enough, strace /bin/mksh -c ls says:
rt_sigsuspend() = ? ERESTARTNOHAND (To be restarted)
Now, from what I can gather from the manpages (this signal stuff
is not my code and way past me by now, especially considering the
time of day), sigprocmask() fills in &sm_default which is used as
sigsuspend() argument in the only place it’s called.
Still, one has to wonder whether it’s related to this:
- ticket: http://dev.haiku-os.org/ticket/5567
- commit: http://dev.haiku-os.org/changeset/35836
The symptoms are the same.
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