[net/citrix_ica/] /usr/local/bin/wfcmgr ... hangs upon exec() [ptsopn]

Wilkinson, Alex alex.wilkinson at dsto.defence.gov.au
Mon Jun 4 06:48:08 UTC 2007

ok, I haven't had much luck @ freebsd-emulation, can anyone recommend
what is going on here ? 


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Date: Mon, 21 May 2007 09:43:16 +0800
From: "Wilkinson, Alex" <alex.wilkinson at dsto.defence.gov.au>
To: freebsd-emulation at freebsd.org, emulation at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: Re:Re: Re: Re: [net/citrix_ica/] /usr/local/bin/wfcmgr ...  hangs upon exec().

    0n Wed, May 16, 2007 at 10:49:39AM +0800, Wilkinson, Alex wrote: 

Ok I am now seeing this problem again.

/usr/local/bin/wfcmgr is hung and ^T outputs the following:

   load: 0.24  cmd: wfcmgr 15758 [ptsopn] 0.44u 167.05s 0% 7200k
   load: 0.24  cmd: wfcmgr 15758 [ptsopn] 0.44u 167.05s 0% 7200k

And linux.ko debugging has stopped with the following:

   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ukbd0, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/kbd2, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/log, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ptyp0, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ttyp0, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ptyp1, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ttyp1, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ptyp2, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ttyp2, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ptyp3, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ttyp3, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ptyp4, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ttyp4, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ptyp5, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ttyp5, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ptyp6, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ttyp6, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ptyp7, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ttyp7, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ptyp8, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ttyp8, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ptyp9, *)
   linux(15758): stat64(/dev/ttyp9, *)


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