Hi Yusuke and Run Paint Run,

On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 12:37 PM, Run Paint Run Run <runrun / runpaint.org> wrote:
>> For example, some may be registered in "Ruby 1.9.1" subproject, even
>> though it is reproducible in trunk.
>> But I can't afford to check all tickets of all subproject.
>
> I've checked all open bug reports for 1.9.1 and summarised them below.
> I found one segfault reproducible on trunk (#1934), and a couple that
> can be closed, but nothing else, I'm afraid.
>
> * Bug #1573 [ruby-core:23717]: $0 behaves unexpectedly
> A patch was posted, OK'd by matz, and is waiting to be applied.
> * Bug #1569 [ruby-core:23703]: gem update --system crashes ruby with a
> segmentation fault.
> The report concerns a Windows bug, which I can't reproduce as I don't
> use that "OS". However, `gem update --system` is such a common code
> path, that if it caused a segfault reproducibly we surely would have
> seen additional reports. Further, the report concerns XP which is now
> EoL'd... This can be closed.
> * Bug #1765 [ruby-core:24271]: rdoc runs out of memory on Windows XP
> with 4GB RAM
> Another XP report. I can't reproduce it under Linux with trunk; in my
> case the given command was CPU bound, while the memory usage was quite
> reasonable for Ruby.
> * Bug #1764 [ruby-core:24270]: rdoc for JSON comes out garbled in Ruby 1.9.1
> Neither Eric nor I can reproduce this with trunk. Given the age of the
> ticket and the lack of reproducible test cases, I suspect this can be
> closed.
> * Bug #1615 [ruby-dev:38598]:
> 添付ライブラリを使って巨大なCSVファイルを書き出すときにインタープリタがSegmentation Faultを起こす
> Again, there appears to be no test case here and the reporter was
> using XP. Short of debugging via telepathy, I don't see how this
> ticket is actionable.
> * Bug #1544 [ruby-core:23642]: rb_io_write bug?
> It's unclear whether this affects trunk as we lack means to reproduce.
> The reporter is responsive, so this is correctly tagged Feedback.
> * Bug #2718 [ruby-core:28089]: DRb mixing up function return values
> between PIDs after fork()
> This does have a test case. I can't reproduce the errant behaviour on
> trunk, but do see it on 1.8.7 (p249). I don't have any other 1.9
> builds installed, so can't bisect further. This would benefit from the
> attention of somebody familiar with DRb so we can confirm (a) this
> represents a bug and (b) which versions it affects.
> * Bug #2714 [ruby-core:28066]: Interpreter deadlock when using ::Socket.pair
> This is actually a cygwin report, and as Yusuke reported in
> [ruby-core:30391] that platform lacks a maintainer. If this ticket is
> to be kept open, it should probably be downgraded to Low, for the same
> reason Yusuke gave in the aforementioned message.
> * Bug # 2701 [ruby-dev: 40279]: rubyspec: BigDecimal # div returns NaN
> if divided by zero and no precision given ERROR
> This appears to be a spec question. Presumably for Yugui to decide?
> * Bug #2638 [ruby-core:27757]: ruby-1.9.1-p37[68] build on aix5.3 with
> gcc-4.2 failed to run for me because it ignores where libgcc is
> located.
> AIX config issue. The reporter seems to be saying that he no longer
> has access to an AIX box, in which case its resolution depends on
> whether Yutaka Kanemoto can work with the information given.
> * Bug #2630 [ruby-core:27699]: generator.rb missing from 1.9.1 standard library?
> I see no reason for this ticket to remain open: the removal of the
> library was intentional.
> * Bug #2596 [ruby-core:27558]: Openssl Segmentation Faults on Red Hat
> Enterprise Linux 5.3
> Unless somebody with RHEL is willing to debug, this report is probably hopeless.
> * Bug #2570 [ruby-core:27468]: ruby never stops executing when
> installing fxruby-1.6.20-x86-mingw32.gem
> This is a MinGW issue, so presumably should be assigned to nobu. (It's
> currently unassigned).
> * Bug #2528 [ruby-core:27310]: readline bug
> A potential segfault on PowerPC, reported last year. Been waiting for
> feedback for over six months, and there appears to be no maintainer
> for the platform. This should be closed.
> * Bug #2399 [ruby-core:26898]: pthread_mutex_lock: 22
> Intermittent segfault reported on Darwin. No test case. If this is to
> remain open it needs a user of that platform to attempt debugging on
> the basis of a two-sentence description.
> * Bug #2391 [ruby-core:26858]: in CentOS after some times Ruby 1.9.1
> get "segmentation fault"
> This has been assigned High status since last year, which is
> presumably incorrect. The good news is that purportedly a simple `gem
> list` will trigger it; the bad news is no other user on this platform
> has offered to reproduce. If this is to remain open, its status needs
> downgrading.
> * Bug #2383 [ruby-core:26813]: windows - calling
> FreeEnvironmentStrings on envarea invalidates memory in use
> The platform maintainer has responded, but I don't understand the
> conclusion or why it was orphaned. If this does represent a bug, it
> should probably be triaged.
> * Bug #2358 [ruby-core:26693]: Segmentation fault using dl/import
> MinGW issue. Seemingly has a testcase, but nobody appears to have tried it.
> * Bug #2339 [ruby-core:26554]: DRb leaves connections half-open
> A good report complete with patch. Needs the DRb maintainer to respond.
> * Bug #2309 [ruby-core:26422]: Segfault, repeatable testcase, possibly
> related to [2295], [2019], [1937].
> This needs attention. The reporter was asked for further information,
> which he provided, but no follow-up occurred. I suspect this should be
> triaged at least as it is currently unassigned.
> * Bug #2295 [ruby-core:26371]: segmentation faults
> Again, the reporter followed-up on questions, but no action was taken.
> Given that the issue is intermittent and sans test case, I suspect
> this will have to be closed, but a review of the data would seem
> prudent. To this end, the next step is presumably to assign someone
> the ticket.
> * Bug #2235 [ruby-core:26168]: Segmentation fault with PTY.spawn
> Clear report with simple test case. I can't reproduce it on trunk or
> an ancient version of 1.9 I have, but Naruse can reproduce it with
> p376. If narrowing down the affected versions would help, I'll give it
> a try.
> * Bug #2019 [ruby-core:25203]: Segmentation fault in ruby 1.9.1-p243
> on second request
> Reported Rails crash with no hint of reproduction. Awaiting feedback
> since last year. This can be closed.
> * Bug #1942 [ruby-core:24935]: irb not running after installation
> This appears to be a readline issue. A trivial patch is suggested in
> the comments with a report that it fixes the issue. A quick appraisal
> suggests that the same code exists in trunk, so it would be useful if
> the patch was reviewed.
> * Bug #1940 [ruby-core:24927]: Segmentation fault on
> TestFiber#test_many_fibers_with_threads (make check)
> Claims that the core test suite segfaults on MinGW. Has been
> designated as High since last year. This should be easy to test for
> somebody with access to the platform.
> * Bug #1937 [ruby-core:24919]: ruby 1.9.1p243 (2009-07-16 revision
> 24175) [x86_64-linux] seg.fault
> Yet another ActiveRecord segfault with 1.9 reported last year. No
> method of reproduction is given. This needs closing.
> * Bug #1934 [ruby-core:24894]: Segmentation fault
> I can reproduce this on trunk. I've updated the ticket.
> * Bug #1907 [ruby-core:24812]: ssl_timeout cannot be set in HTTPS request
> A patch is provided and has been OK'd. Needs applying.
> * Bug #1856 [ruby-core:24664]: [BUG] Segmentation fault in 1.9.1p149
> Has testcase. Neither Yusuke nor I can reproduce it on trunk.
> * Bug #1773 [ruby-core:24321]: Gem path doesn't honor user gem?
> AFAICT, the original bug has been fixed and the ticket now constitutes
> a feature request: teach gem_prelude to read ~/.gemrc. If so, perhaps
> the ticket could be reclassified.
> * Bug #1767 [ruby-core:24297]: cgi/session/pstore generating filenames
> with to less randomness
> This reads like a feature request to me. In any case, this ticket was
> opened last year but has yet to be reviewed by its maintainer. If this
> is indeed judged a security issue, its priority should be increased;
> otherwise I suspect it would be more appropriate for the Features
> tracker.
> * Bug #3373 [ruby-core:30536]: Segmentation fault when trying access
> project via Mozilla Firefox
> In which I realise that matz's patience far exceeds mine... It appears
> that a segfault with the ActiveRecord PostgreSQL driver is being
> reported. If I can find the book, I'll see what I can infer.
> * Bug #3215 [ruby-core:29845]: Windows: IO.popen returns "handle is invalid"
> Possible bug on mswin. The Windows maintainer is looking at it.
> * Bug #3353 [ruby-core:30455]: Building 32-bit only on Snow Leopard
> (dylib failed to build)
> autoconf issue on the Mac.
> No comments yet; needs triage?
> * Bug #3349 [ruby-core:30445]: [BUG] cfp consistency error - send
> Awaiting feedback.
> * Bug #3293 [ruby-core:30239]: fails to build with gcc 4.4.3
> Reported on Debian/Lucid. I haven't built 1.9.1 recently, but trunk
> builds on Lucid with GCC 4.4.3. The 1.9.1 aspect is being tracked
> downstream.
> * Bug #3292 [ruby-core:30238]: Fail 2 IO tests during make test for
> ruby-1.9.1-p376 with Cygwin
> Prioritised as Low due to lack of maintainer.
> * Bug #3276 [ruby-core:30155]: webrick/server.rb:90: [BUG] Segmentation fault
> Awaiting steps to reproduce...
> * Bug #3268 [ruby-core:30139]: Time.parse is not restoring the
> timezone properly on Windows
> MinGW bug. Assign to nobu?
> * Bug #3243 [ruby-dev:41138]: Can't build Ruby after r26506
> I assume Yuki is dealing with this. If more data is needed, I'm happy to help.
> * Bug #3212 [ruby-core:29835]: ConditionVariable may become
> inconsistent for interrupted threads
> Unassigned, but Yusuke is actively working on it.
> * Bug #3201 [ruby-core:29788]: Backport request for r25932 to 1.9.1
> branch (gem_prelude.rb)
> Misfiled backport request; needs moving to the right tracker.
> * Bug #3194 [ruby-core:29753]: Segmentation fault in rb_hash_tbl
> Unassigned, but nobu's working on it.
> * Bug #3193 [ruby-core:29750]: uint is not parsed in dl/cparser.rb
> Presumably trivial, but needs triage.
> * Bug #3190 [ruby-core:29739]: Segmentation fault gzip/tar
> Unassigned, but feedback has been requested; the status needs updating.
> * Bug #3189 [ruby-core:29738]: [BUG] Segmentation fault
> Ditto.
> * Bug #3188 [ruby-core:29737]: remove_method.rb:3: [BUG] Segmentation fault
> Yet another ActiveRecord segfault on the Mac... The ticket hasn't been
> responded to, but presumably more information is required.
> * Bug #3178 [ruby-core:29649]: Fileutils#rmdir does rescue Dir Errors
> without raising new
> No responses yet. Looks to be more of a spec issue. FileUtils doesn't
> have a maintainer, so this needs triage.
> * Bug #3174 [ruby-core:29621]: segmentation fault at running Array method each
> Neither tenderlove nor the reporter can reproduce it on 1.9.2.
> * Bug #3138 [ruby-core:29477]: Segmentation fault
> Rails segfault #762728. Feedback was requested and has been received.
> Needs triage.
> * Bug #3057 [ruby-core:29159]: Segmentation fault: object allocation
> during garbage collection phase
> Awaiting feedback.
> * Bug #3006 [ruby-core:28927]: Compiling ext/etc problems (windows)
> Reporter claims issue to be resolved. This can probably be closed.
> * Bug #2791 [ruby-core:28333]: Segmentation Fault in 1.9.1.p376
> Awaiting feedback.
> * Bug #2783 [ruby-core:28315]: Segmentation Fault (using libxml-ruby)
> MinGW issue. Awaiting feedback.
> * Bug #2780 [ruby-core:28298]: "Handle is invalid" when accessing the
> file system from different threads (win32)
> MsWin issue. Feedback requested; status needs updating.
> * Bug #2738 [ruby-core:28149]: Segmentation fault - rake test
> Reporter has resolved the problem so asked for the ticket to be closed.
>

Awesome work all the way, many thanks.



PS: sorry if it was unwarranted, but run paint run did awesome job of
following up all tickets under 1.9.1. :)


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