On Sat, 10 Mar 2001, Florian Lohoff wrote:
> i am still seeing illegal instruction stuff with current cvs kernel
> and glibc 2.2
I can confirm this on my Indigo2. Altough not every binary
crashes. From my dmesg:
[ls:38] Illegal instruction 0100017c at 2ac9388c ra=00000000
[ls:39] Illegal instruction 0100017c at 2ac9388c ra=00000000
[find:88] Illegal instruction 7fff7ccc at 2ac97c60 ra=2ab136c4
[find:91] Illegal instruction 00000003 at 2ac9673c ra=2ab136c4
[find:93] Illegal instruction 00000017 at 2ac97c5c ra=2ab136c4
[ls:144] Illegal instruction 0100017c at 2ac9388c ra=00000000
[ls:145] Illegal instruction 0100017c at 2ac9388c ra=00000000
I have also seen these things with tar and other stuff.
Anyway - Keith said that it went away after he compiled
glibc against 2.4.X (X > 1) kernel sources. Can
anyone confirm that ?
> strace shows that the last system call called is
> "sysmips(MIPS_ATOMIC_SET, ...)"
I have tried building strace but failed. What is your code base ?
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