devel/google-perftools in a jail
ml at netfence.it
Sat Apr 3 07:53:42 UTC 2021
On 4/2/21 9:13 PM, yuri at FreeBSD.org wrote:
> On 4/2/21 4:56 AM, Andrea Venturoli wrote:
>>> Is the string '/usr/jails/' present in prof.out?
> Was the profiling session run on the same system/in the same jail?
All is happening *inside* the jail
> Did these files exist right after the profiling session?
No (again, not in the jail POV).
I think perftools-pprof queries for a given library and, instead of the
path in the jail's filesystem space, somehow gets the same file but in
the host's filesystem space.
I don't know how it tries to get these, though.
> Profiling session and display session should run on exactly same
> system/same jail.
That's what I'm doing.
> Besides, even when run in jail, jail paths aren't visible to regular
> executables because jail runs in chroot environment.
s/aren't visible/shouldn't be visible/
> This error should be impossible - something really weird occurred.
Never mind; I've moved to another tool meanwhile.
If you want me to open a bug report for the record, just ask.
bye & Thanks
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