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Seamonkey once again

Harald Kamm
Hello all invisible men,

after having updated

Jul 16 22:43:41 Updated: 1:libc-0.1.2-1.oc00.i686
Jul 16 22:43:41 Updated: libcx-0.6.6-1.oc00.i686
Jul 16 22:43:42 Installed: sqlite-libs-3.28.0-1.oc00.i686
Jul 16 22:43:49 Updated: 1:libc-devel-0.1.2-1.oc00.i686
Jul 16 22:43:50 Updated: libcx-devel-0.6.6-1.oc00.i686
Jul 16 22:43:50 Installed: sqlite-3.28.0-1.oc00.i686

closing Seamonkey makes the system trap. No popuplog entry, no trap file :-(

Best, Harald
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Re: Seamonkey once again

Dave Yeo-3
Harald Kamm wrote:

> Hello all invisible men,
>
> after having updated
>
> Jul 16 22:43:41 Updated: 1:libc-0.1.2-1.oc00.i686
> Jul 16 22:43:41 Updated: libcx-0.6.6-1.oc00.i686
> Jul 16 22:43:42 Installed: sqlite-libs-3.28.0-1.oc00.i686
> Jul 16 22:43:49 Updated: 1:libc-devel-0.1.2-1.oc00.i686
> Jul 16 22:43:50 Updated: libcx-devel-0.6.6-1.oc00.i686
> Jul 16 22:43:50 Installed: sqlite-3.28.0-1.oc00.i686
>
> closing Seamonkey makes the system trap. No popuplog entry, no trap file :-(

You mean crashes the whole system?
We don't use the system sqlite3, so probably libc or libcx. I'll test
here by enabling the exp repo
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Re: Seamonkey once again

Dave Yeo-3
Dave Yeo wrote:

> Harald Kamm wrote:
>> Hello all invisible men,
>>
>> after having updated
>>
>> Jul 16 22:43:41 Updated: 1:libc-0.1.2-1.oc00.i686
>> Jul 16 22:43:41 Updated: libcx-0.6.6-1.oc00.i686
>> Jul 16 22:43:42 Installed: sqlite-libs-3.28.0-1.oc00.i686
>> Jul 16 22:43:49 Updated: 1:libc-devel-0.1.2-1.oc00.i686
>> Jul 16 22:43:50 Updated: libcx-devel-0.6.6-1.oc00.i686
>> Jul 16 22:43:50 Installed: sqlite-3.28.0-1.oc00.i686
>>
>> closing Seamonkey makes the system trap. No popuplog entry, no trap
>> file :-(
>
> You mean crashes the whole system?
> We don't use the system sqlite3, so probably libc or libcx. I'll test
> here by enabling the exp repo

Updated sqlite, which updated libc, rebooted, no problem with SM.
Updated libcx, rebooted, no problem with SM, including closing it. I'll
update os2-base and os2-base-unixtools-path.
Can't remember if you're using ANPM or manually installing the zips.
Also can you get a picture of the trap screen?
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Re: Seamonkey once again

Harald Kamm
On Sat, 20 Jul 2019 16:53:09 UTC, Dave Yeo <[hidden email]> wrote:

> > You mean crashes the whole system?

Yes, it crashes the whole system.

> Can't remember if you're using ANPM or manually installing the zips.

I use the yum comandline.

> Also can you get a picture of the trap screen?

Unfortunately there isn't any trapscreen, it simply reboots. It happens after having used
Seamonkey for some time. It won't happen if I simply start and close Seamonkey.

Harald

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Re: Seamonkey once again

Dave Yeo-3
On 07/20/19 10:03 PM, Harald Kamm wrote:

> On Sat, 20 Jul 2019 16:53:09 UTC, Dave Yeo <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>>> You mean crashes the whole system?
> Yes, it crashes the whole system.
>
>> Can't remember if you're using ANPM or manually installing the zips.
> I use the yum comandline.
>
>> Also can you get a picture of the trap screen?
> Unfortunately there isn't any trapscreen, it simply reboots. It happens after having used
> Seamonkey for some time. It won't happen if I simply start and close Seamonkey.

Oh. Sounds like your running out of shared memory, perhaps an update to
libc or libcx has made it worse.
Are you marking your DLLs to load high? If not, you should. Your kernel
has a bug that can cause crashes when unloading DLLs loaded high and all
kernels (except OS4) have a bug where memory doesn't get released.
Check out my mozturbo, smturbo in your case,
https://bitbucket.org/dryeo/mozturbo/downloads/
Should first install the highmem package, yum install highmem. It loads
the Mozilla DLLs high and keeps them loaded so closing and reopening the
browser doesn't leak memory.
Dave
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Re: Seamonkey once again

Harald Kamm
On Sun, 21 Jul 2019 05:17:08 UTC, Dave Yeo <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Oh. Sounds like your running out of shared memory, perhaps an update to
> libc or libcx has made it worse.

Apparently it does. Thanks for all your hints, it seems to work afaics. But I would have
preferred a less sophisticated approach.

Harald

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Re: Seamonkey once again

Dave Yeo-3
Harald Kamm wrote:
> On Sun, 21 Jul 2019 05:17:08 UTC, Dave Yeo <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> Oh. Sounds like your running out of shared memory, perhaps an update to
>> libc or libcx has made it worse.
> Apparently it does. Thanks for all your hints, it seems to work afaics. But I would have
> preferred a less sophisticated approach.

Well we're running huge fairly modern programs, and SM is big, on an OS
that was developed 30 years back and development basically stopped 15
years back after slowing right down 25 years back. It was originally
designed to only give a process 512 MBs minus DLLs and the high memory
support is buggy.
The fact that it mostly works is actually pretty amazing.
Dave
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Re: Seamonkey once again

Harald Kamm
On Sun, 21 Jul 2019 16:29:26 UTC, Dave Yeo <[hidden email]> wrote:

> The fact that it mostly works is actually pretty amazing.

You are really right :-)

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