openjdk-7.45.18_1 is forbidden: Triggering a nasty FreeBSD bug.
adrian at freebsd.org
Wed Jan 8 22:13:23 UTC 2014
... did anyone file bugs against these openjdk ports? :)
On 6 January 2014 16:43, Stephen Cook <sclists at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 1/3/2014 1:22 AM, Stephen Cook wrote:
>> On 1/2/2014 9:59 PM, Adam Vande More wrote:
>>> On Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 8:06 PM, Walter Hurry <walterhurry at gmail.com>
>>>> Well, if you want to risk it, just edit
>>>> and delete the "FORBIDDEN=" line.
>>> As already stated, it is not safe to do this unless you're running a
>>> with the fix applied. A fresh 10-STABLE is such a kernel.
>> I don't feel comfortable with my knowledge to run something that is not
>> RELEASE yet. Is there a way to get the fix on 9.2?
>> Can anyone point me to the bug(s) in question, so I can see what is going
>> on / what I'm risking?
>> I can also just run the Minecraft server on my PC, and open the router to
>> let her friends play with her too. It is not as ideal though, because if I'm
>> working I might have to cut them off.
>> -- Stephen
> A bit more Googling helped me find this topic:
> Someone recommends "portdowngrade", which seems to allow me to install an
> earlier version. He wrote "I found that b27 has been the last stable Java in
> my Serviio media center. On b28, Java doesn't close files and eventually
> pegs the kern.maxfilesperproc sysctl <http://man.freebsd.org/sysctl>. On
> b29, Java causes kernel panics on 9.2-RELEASE. Portdowngrade is your friend
> in situations like this."
> Is this a bad idea?
> Thanks for any advice!
> -- Stephen
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