[Openmcl-devel] Problems with asdf-install

Ralph Richard Cook ralphc at bellsouth.net
Tue Jan 3 04:43:20 UTC 2006


Backtrace follows. When starting OpenMCL standalone I don't have a  
problem, it's just when going through Emacs/Slime

;Loading #P"/Users/rrc/.slime/fasl/openmcl-1.0-darwin-powerpc/ 
swank.dfsl"...Bug in OpenMCL system code:
Error reporting error
? for help
[938] OpenMCL kernel debugger: ?
(S)  Find and describe symbol matching specified name
(B)  Show backtrace
(X)  Exit from this debugger, asserting that any exception was handled
(K)  Kill OpenMCL process
(?)  Show this help
[938] OpenMCL kernel debugger: b


(#xf01338c0) #x00015558 : _debug_backtrace + 36
(#xf0133900) #x00015884 : _lisp_Debugger + 256
(#xf0133970) #x00010CB0 : _Bug + 88
(#xf0133bd0) #x000063E8 : _SPpoweropen_ffcall + 200
(#xF0133C10) #x0402DFE8 : #<Function BUG #x0801adae> + 244
(#xF0133C20) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0133C30) #x041276C0 : #<Function FUNCALL-WITH-ERROR-REENTRY- 
DETECTION #x08105e0e> + 140
(#xF0133C40) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0133C50) #x0412697C : #<Anonymous Function #x081058fe> + 208
(#xF0133C60) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0133C70) #x041272EC : #<Function FUNCALL-WITH-XP-STACK-FRAMES  
#x08105c2e> + 496
(#xF0133C80) #x04126FCC : #<Function XCMAIN #x081059ae> + 1600
(#xF0133C90) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0133CA0) #x040B2A70 : #<Function %PASCAL-FUNCTIONS% #x0804b53e> +  
140
(#xF0133CB0) #x040B2A58 : #<Function %PASCAL-FUNCTIONS% #x0804b53e> +  
116
(#xF0133CC0) #x00007B60 : (subprimitive _SPpoweropen_callback)
(#xf0133cd0) #x000105B0 : _callback_to_lisp + 180
(#xF01345F0) #x040EF9C0 : #<Method-Function STREAM-FORCE-OUTPUT  
(BUFFERED-OUTPUT-STREAM-MIXIN) #x080afe46> + 436
(#xF0134600) #x040EF890 : #<Method-Function STREAM-FORCE-OUTPUT  
(BUFFERED-OUTPUT-STREAM-MIXIN) #x080afe46> + 132
(#xF0134610) #x0410C9E4 : #<Function FORCE-OUTPUT #x080d89fe> + 56
(#xF0134620) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0134630) #x0411A7C8 : #<Function %BREAK-MESSAGE #x080e751e> + 636
(#xF0134640) #x0411AC00 : #<Function BREAK-LOOP-HANDLE-ERROR  
#x080e7c46> + 300
(#xF0134650) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0134660) #x040C06F8 : #<Function %%STANDARD-COMBINED-METHOD-DCODE  
#x08058426> + 148
(#xF0134670) #x00007D5C : (subprimitive _popj)
(#xF0134680) #x0414E12C : #<Function %ERROR #x0813cf3e> + 104
(#xF0134690) #x041276A4 : #<Function FUNCALL-WITH-ERROR-REENTRY- 
DETECTION #x08105e0e> + 112
(#xF01346A0) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF01346B0) #x0412697C : #<Anonymous Function #x081058fe> + 208
(#xF01346C0) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF01346D0) #x041272EC : #<Function FUNCALL-WITH-XP-STACK-FRAMES  
#x08105c2e> + 496
(#xF01346E0) #x04126FCC : #<Function XCMAIN #x081059ae> + 1600
(#xF01346F0) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0134700) #x040B2A70 : #<Function %PASCAL-FUNCTIONS% #x0804b53e> +  
140
(#xF0134710) #x040B2A58 : #<Function %PASCAL-FUNCTIONS% #x0804b53e> +  
116
(#xF0134720) #x00007B60 : (subprimitive _SPpoweropen_callback)
(#xf0134730) #x000105B0 : _callback_to_lisp + 180
(#xF0135050) #x040EF9C0 : #<Method-Function STREAM-FORCE-OUTPUT  
(BUFFERED-OUTPUT-STREAM-MIXIN) #x080afe46> + 436
(#xF0135060) #x040EF890 : #<Method-Function STREAM-FORCE-OUTPUT  
(BUFFERED-OUTPUT-STREAM-MIXIN) #x080afe46> + 132
(#xF0135070) #x0410C9E4 : #<Function FORCE-OUTPUT #x080d89fe> + 56
(#xF0135080) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0135090) #x0411A7C8 : #<Function %BREAK-MESSAGE #x080e751e> + 636
(#xF01350A0) #x0411AC00 : #<Function BREAK-LOOP-HANDLE-ERROR  
#x080e7c46> + 300
(#xF01350B0) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF01350C0) #x040C06F8 : #<Function %%STANDARD-COMBINED-METHOD-DCODE  
#x08058426> + 148
(#xF01350D0) #x00007D5C : (subprimitive _popj)
(#xF01350E0) #x0414E12C : #<Function %ERROR #x0813cf3e> + 104
(#xF01350F0) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0135100) #x0412767C : #<Function FUNCALL-WITH-ERROR-REENTRY- 
DETECTION #x08105e0e> + 72
(#xF0135110) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0135120) #x0412697C : #<Anonymous Function #x081058fe> + 208
(#xF0135130) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0135140) #x041272EC : #<Function FUNCALL-WITH-XP-STACK-FRAMES  
#x08105c2e> + 496
(#xF0135150) #x04126FCC : #<Function XCMAIN #x081059ae> + 1600
(#xF0135160) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0135170) #x040B2A70 : #<Function %PASCAL-FUNCTIONS% #x0804b53e> +  
140
(#xF0135180) #x040B2A58 : #<Function %PASCAL-FUNCTIONS% #x0804b53e> +  
116
(#xF0135190) #x00007B60 : (subprimitive _SPpoweropen_callback)
(#xf01351a0) #x000105B0 : _callback_to_lisp + 180
(#xF0135AC0) #x040EF9C0 : #<Method-Function STREAM-FORCE-OUTPUT  
(BUFFERED-OUTPUT-STREAM-MIXIN) #x080afe46> + 436
(#xF0135AD0) #x040EF890 : #<Method-Function STREAM-FORCE-OUTPUT  
(BUFFERED-OUTPUT-STREAM-MIXIN) #x080afe46> + 132
(#xF0135AE0) #x0410C9E4 : #<Function FORCE-OUTPUT #x080d89fe> + 56
(#xF0135AF0) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0135B00) #x0411A7C8 : #<Function %BREAK-MESSAGE #x080e751e> + 636
(#xF0135B10) #x084F4464 : #<Function WARN-UNIMPLEMENTED-INTERFACES  
#x084f446e> + 112
(#xF0135B20) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0135B30) #x040AAF08 : #<Function FUNCALL #x0804362e> + 52
(#xF0135B40) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0135B50) #x0411C644 : #<Function CALL-CHECK-REGS #x080e9fb6> + 72
(#xF0135B60) #x040FDEE0 : #<Function LOAD-FROM-STREAM #x080c40ee> + 212
(#xF0135B70) #x040FE610 : #<Function %LOAD #x080c456e> + 1500
(#xF0135B80) #x040FE574 : #<Function %LOAD #x080c456e> + 1344
(#xF0135B90) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0135BA0) #x040FE998 : #<Function LOAD #x080c4c3e> + 652
(#xF0135BB0) #x040FE9F4 : #<Function LOAD #x080c4c3e> + 744
(#xF0135BC0) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0135BD0) #x0411C644 : #<Function CALL-CHECK-REGS #x080e9fb6> + 72
(#xF0135BE0) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0135BF0) #x0411B1AC : #<Function TOPLEVEL-EVAL #x080e81ee> + 152
(#xF0135C00) #x0411B76C : #<Function READ-LOOP #x080e88be> + 848
(#xF0135C10) #x0411B79C : #<Function READ-LOOP #x080e88be> + 896
(#xF0135C20) #x0411B7C8 : #<Function READ-LOOP #x080e88be> + 940
(#xF0135C30) #x0411B7F4 : #<Function READ-LOOP #x080e88be> + 984
(#xF0135C40) #x0411C594 : #<Function TOPLEVEL-LOOP #x080e9d76> + 88
(#xF0135C50) #x0411C59C : #<Function TOPLEVEL-LOOP #x080e9d76> + 96
(#xF0135C60) #x04109DD0 : #<Anonymous Function #x080d2806> + 68
(#xF0135C70) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0135C80) #x041377CC : #<Anonymous Function #x0811c6fe> + 728
(#xF0135C90) #x04137548 : #<Anonymous Function #x0811c6fe> + 84
(#xF0135CA0) #x0410E15C : #<Function RUN-PROCESS-INITIAL-FORM  
#x080daefe> + 400
(#xF0135CB0) #x0410E198 : #<Function RUN-PROCESS-INITIAL-FORM  
#x080daefe> + 460
(#xF0135CC0) #x0410E2AC : #<Function RUN-PROCESS-INITIAL-FORM  
#x080daefe> + 736
(#xF0135CD0) #x00005E90 : (subprimitive _ret1valn)
(#xF0135CE0) #x0410E42C : #<Anonymous Function #x080db036> + 152
(#xF0135CF0) #x0410E414 : #<Anonymous Function #x080db036> + 128
(#xF0135D00) #x04107D08 : #<Anonymous Function #x080ce25e> + 172
(#xF0135D10) #x000093B4 : (subprimitive toplevel_loop)
(#xF0135D20) #x000093C0 : (subprimitive toplevel_loop)
(#xf0135d30) #x000094CC : _start_lisp + 244
(#xf0135df0) #x00013ACC : _lisp_thread_entry + 152
(#xf0135e50) #x9002B200 : __pthread_body + 96
(#xf0135f00) #x00000000 : (null) + 0


cstack area #x00300510


(#xBFFFF380) #x040FC4BC : #<Function %NANOSLEEP #x080c22f6> + 264
(#xBFFFF390) #x04109C38 : #<Anonymous Function #x080d272e> + 300
(#xBFFFF3A0) #x04109C5C : #<Anonymous Function #x080d272e> + 336
(#xBFFFF3B0) #x04109C64 : #<Anonymous Function #x080d272e> + 344
(#xBFFFF3C0) #x04109C98 : #<Anonymous Function #x080d272e> + 396
(#xBFFFF3D0) #x000093B4 : (subprimitive toplevel_loop)
(#xBFFFF3E0) #x000093C0 : (subprimitive toplevel_loop)
(#xbffff3f0) #x000094CC : _start_lisp + 244
[938] OpenMCL kernel debugger:



On Jan 2, 2006, at 8:39 PM, Gary Byers wrote:

> When you get thrown into the kernel debugger, what does the backtrace
> look like ? (As a wild guess, I wonder if anything's trying to do
> I/O to a defunct stream early in the startup process.  That would
> error, try to print an error message on a defunct stream, error,
> try to print a message on a defunct stream ... and getting thrown
> into the kernel debugger after this goes on for a while is arguably
> slightly better than stack-overflowing in relative silence.)  Whether
> it's because of what I'm calling a defunct stream or for some other
> reason, the "error reporting error" message generally means that
> the error system has concluded that something is very, very wrong.
>
> I don't use Slime, and may be misrembering and/or misunderstanding
> what I remember about it, but I wonder what it does when sets up the
> standard streams (*TERMINAL-IO*, etc.) for the thread that it creates
> and how pervasive that is.  I don't know whether even the vague
> suspicion/nervousness I'm expressing about that is at all justified;
> it's probably a good idea to first see if this is a "defunct stream"
> issue or something else entirely.
>
> On Mon, 2 Jan 2006, Ralph Richard Cook wrote:
>
>> I'm using OpenMCL 1.0 with Slime. If I load asdf-install and, for
>> example portable aserve, and save with ccl:save-application, then try
>> to load that image via Slime, I'll get
>>
>>
>> Welcome to OpenMCL Version 1.0 (DarwinPPC32)!
>> ? ;Loading #P"/Users/rrc/slime/swank-loader.lisp"...
>> ;Loading #P"/Users/rrc/.slime/fasl/openmcl-1.0-darwin-powerpc/swank-
>> backend.dfsl"...
>> ;Loading #P"/Users/rrc/.slime/fasl/openmcl-1.0-darwin-powerpc/
>> nregex.dfsl"...
>> ;Loading #P"/Users/rrc/.slime/fasl/openmcl-1.0-darwin-powerpc/
>> metering.dfsl"...
>> ;Loading #P"/Users/rrc/.slime/fasl/openmcl-1.0-darwin-powerpc/swank-
>> openmcl.dfsl"...
>> ;Loading #P"/Users/rrc/.slime/fasl/openmcl-1.0-darwin-powerpc/swank-
>> gray.dfsl"...
>> ;Loading #P"/Users/rrc/.slime/fasl/openmcl-1.0-darwin-powerpc/
>> swank.dfsl"...Bug in OpenMCL system code:
>> Error reporting error
>> ? for help
>> [829] OpenMCL kernel debugger:
>>
>> Anyone else seen anything like this?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Richard
>>
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