This is a discussion on Re: Serious compatibility breakage in -current. - FreeBSD ; On Dec 1, 2007 9:48 PM, Kostik Belousov wrote: > Is this some new code ? I did tested it on CLUCL-19d compiled for > RELENG_6. Also, the sigbus_handler() from lisp/FreeBSD-os.c rev 1.12 > does not contain the check, it ...
On Dec 1, 2007 9:48 PM, Kostik Belousov
> Is this some new code ? I did tested it on CLUCL-19d compiled for
> RELENG_6. Also, the sigbus_handler() from lisp/FreeBSD-os.c rev 1.12
> does not contain the check, it seems (that describes why it worked for
Okay, this clearly explains why we are seeing different things. The
si_code check was added in version 1.16. This postdates the release
of CMUCL your first patch was tested against. Incidentally, I added
that check to the SIGBUS handler and should have known that it does
not appear in a formal release. Sorry about that.
> Could you, please, describe what was tested in more details ? Did
> you run the CMUCL (and sbcl) with the patch ? If yes, could you, please,
> show the file(1) output on the bin/lisp and bin/sbcl binary ?
I have a small test program that maps a page with PROT_NONE and
generates a protection violation by writing a byte to it. The "mmap6"
executable was compiled on a FreeBSD 6.1 system. The "mmap7"
executable was compiled on my 7.0-BETA3 system with your patch
applied. Below is a transcript of these two programs being run on the
patched 7.0-BETA3 system.
freebsd7% file mmap6
mmap6: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (FreeBSD),
dynamically linked (uses shared libs), not stripped
freebsd7% file ./mmap7
../mmap7: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (FreeBSD),
for FreeBSD 7.0 (700055), dynamically linked (uses shared libs),
FreeBSD-style, not stripped
The source code to this program is in a bug report I submitted a few
days ago and errantly filed under "misc". Please visit
http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=118304 and page down to the
I have also recompiled CMUCL on a FreeBSD 7 system starting with a
FreeBSD 6 binary and everything seems to work. I believe the output
of my small test program provides sufficient proof that the interfaces
we rely on are working as expected.
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