Unfortunately I will not be able to bisect the issue - I really don't have the knowledge to do that.
My best contribution will probably be the testing of a future solution, please let me know if you need any assistance with that.
I really appreciate your work!
> Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2011 22:29:01 +0200 > Subject: Re: [uml-user] java exceptions in UML > From: email@example.com > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > CC: email@example.com > > On Mon, Aug 15, 2011 at 5:58 PM, Gunnar Lindroth > <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > Thank you Richard, that's really great news! > > My UML has 2GB available, I have assumed that to be enough? > > I'm sorry if I didn't make myself very clear about the output of the test > > program. > > In my UML this test program is not crashing either, but it's sometimes > > printing "0.75 < 0" which it should _never_ do. > > True. :-\ > Your test program prints "0.75 < 0". > > I was able to write a stand alone test in c using pthreads. > There is definitely something broken. > > It seems to fail only on newer hosts: > 2.6.18/i686 UP: OK > 2.6.18/i686 SMP: OK > 2.6.34/x86_64 SMP: FAIL > 2.6.37/x86_64 UP: FAIL > 2.6.37/x86_64 SMP: FAIL > 3.0/i686 SMP: FAIL > > For all tests I've used 3.1-rc2 as UML kernel. > > Something on the host-side broke UML's FPU threading. > The test program is attached. > Are you able to bisect the issue? > If not I'll do it, but it might take some time as I'm currently super busy. > > -- > Thanks, > //richard