Re: glibc hppa build failure - ulimit
On Fri, May 13, 2005 at 03:55:39PM -0400, Daniel Jacobowitz wrote:
> On Fri, May 13, 2005 at 08:32:53PM +0100, Matthew Wilcox wrote:
> > Well, how can we fix this for sarge then? Either we need to change glibc
> > or the kernel, both of which are extremely deeply frozen. I'd rather
> > fix this by reverting to our previous behaviour of assuming 8MB stacks
> > for threads than change the kernel's behaviour to limit stacks to 8MB
> > by default. That would seem to risk breaking much more stuff.
> I'm not following. Are you saying that the changed ulimit is the
> result of a kernel change? That seems very strange, since sarti has a
> 134 day uptime and did not have this problem building glibc a month
> ago for -21.
No, the kernel's had a 1GB ulimit for years. Something must've changed
> If you want to change glibc at this point, discuss with Carlos; I can't
> take care of it. Just getting -22 built has taken most of my free time
> for this week.
Carlos? This seems like your fault, how do *you* want to fix it? ;-)
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