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Re: Touch image 120 results
On Fri, Jan 10, 2014 at 8:04 PM, Steve Langasek
> On Fri, Jan 10, 2014 at 10:10:14AM +0000, Evan Dandrea wrote:
>> There's a deeper problem here. Didier informs me that they were seeing
>> a lot of crashes in unity8 with a smashed stacktrace. They realised
>> the dying unity process was getting reaped and restarted by upstart
>> while still being processed by apport because it was taking a long
>> time to collect and process the core file. They set a timeout 30s
>> (data/unity8.override in unity8-autopilot), which seemed to work
>> around the problem, but perhaps that value is being exceeded.
>> We need a better solution than increasing a timeout. James, does
>> upstart provide us with a better mechanism for telling it to not kill
>> a process in this state? Can we add one if not? :)
> I don't see how this analysis can be correct. upstart receives no signal
> from the kernel that the process has died until after the core handler is
> finished, and if the unity8 process has died with a segfault there's no
> process for upstart to kill anyway - so the kill timeout can't be related
> A syslog from the time of one of these failures, with 'initctl log-priority
> info', may be enlightening.
Wonder if we should set our log priority to that level for all our
automated image testing? Thoughts?
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