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Re: Assert in linux_nat_resume
Daniel Jacobowitz wrote:
On Tue, Aug 12, 2008 at 03:21:40PM -0400, Marc Ferland wrote:
I tried with 184.108.40.20680812-cvs seems to have a similar problem.
I'm pretty sure it has something to do with my program but I don't know
where to start (Debugging with printf() is a rather tedious task!). Any
help would be greatly appreciated.
The first thing to try is definitely a snapshot of current CVS GDB.
[New LWP 29169]
linux-nat.c:1669: internal-error: linux_nat_resume: Assertion `lp !=
A problem internal to GDB has been detected,
further debugging may prove unreliable.
After further testing, this seems to happen only when I have a
breakpoint somewhere inside a thread. The first time I hit the
breakpoint everything is fine. But if I exit a thread and recreate it, I
get the previously mentioned message.
I also found a workaround:
- The first time I hit the breakpoint, I delete it;
- I place a breakpoint on the pthread_join() call for this thread;
- When I break on the pthread_join() call, I recreate the breakpoint
inside the thread;
This way, I'm able to break inside the thread every time I create it