Threading breaking FreeBSD Foundation's Java?
deischen at freebsd.org
Sat Jun 9 12:18:40 UTC 2007
On Sat, 9 Jun 2007, Walter Vaughan wrote:
> On dual quad core Intel box with 8 gig ram running AMD64.
> FreeBSD-Current from about a week ago and a few hours ago
> We have been flexing our Java based ERP on the box and all of a sudden we
> have problems when we had code to find printers.
> I found some example code that we put into the project that we think was the
> problem and when I compiled and ran an example class I got...
> Fatal error 'Exceeded maximum lock level' at line 201 in file
> /usr/src/lib/libpthread/thread/thr_rtld.c (errno = 0)
> about a hundred times and then it
You probably need to wait for compat6x support. You can't rely
on binaries produced for FreeBSD 6.x to run on -current without
compat6x. There have been too many changes and the libraries
have just been bumped, so you're running with libraries (before
the bump) that are not compatible with FreeBSD 6.x.
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