Quoting Peter Kostouros <email@example.com> (from Fri, 09 Mar 2007
> Jung-uk Kim wrote:
>> On Tuesday 06 March 2007 11:37 am, Jung-uk Kim wrote:
>>> On Tuesday 06 March 2007 08:06 am, Alexander Leidinger wrote:
>>>> Quoting Peter Kostouros <firstname.lastname@example.org> (from Sat, 03 Feb
>>>> 21:29:42 +1100):
>>>>> On my system (CURRENT as of 03FEB2007) linux-sun-jdk1.5.0 and
>>>>> linux-sun-jdk1.6.0 applications do not run under linux 2.6.16
>>>>> emulation whereas they do under linux 2.4.2 emulation.
>>>> Could you please update to a recent current and check if this
>>>> problem is still there or not?
>>> As far as I know, they don't work, i.e., they crash with internal
>>> error. Both require sched_getaffinity (and maybe more) and that is
>>> not implemented. I believe JDK breakage is serious blocker for the
>>> 2.6.16. Since we cannot support the syscall directly (i.e., we
>>> don't have user process affinity), we may have to fake it.
>> FYI, it's fixed in perforce.
>> Jung-uk Kim
> I applied linuxolator-p4.diff to CURRENT (as of about 24 hours ago).
> Unfortunately the patch did not apply cleanly, so the rejected files
> were replaced by appropriate p4 files. Unfortunately I still had the
> same problem that I originally reported.
It is not up-to-date.
> Over this code base, I copied what I thought were the relevant files
> from p4 that provided support for (linux_)sched_getaffinity as mentined
> by jkim. I had positive results with this setup! However, I also have
> some odd observations:
> 1. Compiling using javac ends in a signal 9 even though it looks like
> the program successfully completed compilation.
> 2. Running sample applications, e.g.,
> demo/jfc/SwingSet2/SwingSet2.jar, results in an empty pane, where it
> was expected to be populated with controls (not sure if this is a
> toolkit problem); applications also core dump.
> 3. Running ftpserver (java application) displays a GUI window but
> terminates abruptly when the server is started (syscall epoll_create
> not implemented).
epoll* is not implemented. So this is expected (and gives more
priority to epoll).
Can you do the same tests with jdk 1.5?
> Everything seems to run OK with compat.linux.osrelease to 2.4.2.
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