xkernigh / netscape.net wrote:
> But I might have found a different bug. I did kill -ABRT a
> spinning child and gave the core dump to gdb; it seemed that
> both threads were stuck inside OpenBSD's thread library. The
> main thread was stuck in pthread_join(), and the other thread
> was stuck in _rthread_tls_destructors(). I did not find any
> thread stuck in the loop `while
> (ATOMIC_CAS(timer_thread_pipe.writing, (rb_atomic_t)0, 0))`
> identified by Charlie Smurthwaite in the original bug report.

Oh, it might be related to wanabe's patch for [Bug #13887]
for systems with FIBER_USE_NATIVE=0
https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/13887

https://80x24.org/spew/20170928004228.4538-2-e / 80x24.org/raw

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