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SubjectRe: reproducible bug in 2.2.19 & 2.4.x
On Fri, Sep 28, 2001 at 03:15:32PM -0400, Mark Hahn wrote:
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> seems like an interaction between your signal code and pthread,
> no obvious reason to blame the kernel:
[snip]

If you check out the code again, you can see that I _don't_ have signal code
for SIGPIPE, it's SIG_IGN-ed. I only have signal handler for SIGSEGV, which
is executed when the bogus jump occurrs to 0x1.

I agree that this can be either a kernel, pthread or libc problem.

BTW: the SIGSEGV occurs on UP machine with SMP kernel as well.

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