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Re: GDB-5 2000-03-03
- To: gdb-patches at sourceware dot cygnus dot com
- Subject: Re: GDB-5 2000-03-03
- From: Jim Kingdon <kingdon at redhat dot com>
- Date: 03 Mar 2000 12:05:50 -0800
- Newsgroups: cygnus.patches.gdb
- Organization: Cygnus Solutions
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> Does my gdb 22.214.171.124x also suffer from random thread signals?
I've been wondering the same thing myself. I don't think I've tried
126.96.36.199x but I have been seeing the SIGTRAP bug with a variety of
GDB's going back to last summer or so. Probably including 4.18 with
the threads patch which shipped with Red Hat Linux 6.1.
> If no, that is a newly introduced bug in 5.0.
Well, maybe. Because this seems to be some kind of race condition
somewhere, unrelated changes to GDB could make it happen more or less.
Plus of course there is the obvious observation about controlling for
glibc and kernel versions.