"illegal hardware instruction (core dumped)" cvsup/amd64
gary.jennejohn at freenet.de
Tue Dec 15 17:03:31 UTC 2009
On Tue, 15 Dec 2009 17:49:05 +0100
Gary Jennejohn <gary.jennejohn at freenet.de> wrote:
> On Tue, 15 Dec 2009 15:02:34 +0100
> Pierre Beyssac <pb at fasterix.frmug.org> wrote:
> > Since upgrading my world with a -current built last night, cvsup
> > dumps core on me. Any idea?
> > It is a Intel/ATOM 330 box used in 64bit mode. Everything else on
> > the box runs fixe.
> > Recompiling cvsup + ezm3 didn't fix the problem; neither did trying
> > a libc from October.
> I reported this everal weeks ago but there was never a satisfactory
> resolution to the problem.
> One poster (scf@) reported that using a 32-bit binary solves the problem.
> In my experience running cvsup against a remote server (to keep a local
> CVS tree up to date) works just fine.
> Are you also running cvsupd and attaching to it?
> I've found that not starting cvsupd in /etc/rc.conf and instead starting
> it without -C in a shell script just before invoking cvsup works, so
> I use something like this:
> sleep 1
> /usr/local/bin/cvsup supfile
> and have localhost in supfile.
> Otherwise I suggest using csup, which does not exhibit any bugs.
One very important thing which I forgot to mention was that removing
/usr/share/zoneinfo/UTC seems to allow cvsup to run to completion.
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