[Seaside] HIGH CPU - not frozen, but s...l....o....w seaside image
bert at freudenbergs.de
Fri Mar 23 10:43:23 UTC 2007
Getting the cursor point should actually still work even when running
headless, it would just answer 0 at 0. I'm pretty sure there's something
- Bert -
On Mar 23, 2007, at 10:23 , Florian Minjat wrote:
> From the output (with the C backtrace) I've got, I think my problem
> was that the call to InputSensor>cursorPoint during a data save on
> a file using SmartRefStream. The image was headless and it stuck
> trying to find the cursor position for the progress bar. I got rid
> of the ui stuff in SmartRefStream. I will wait to see if it hangs
> bryce at kampjes.demon.co.uk wrote:
>> Florian Minjat writes:
>> > That's what I did each times.
>> > But the first time, with the frozen image without nohup, I
>> didn't get > anything with gdb more than this :
>> > (gdb) call printAllStacks()
>> > $1 = 2
>> > (gdb) call printCallStack()
>> > $2 = -1551081468
>> > With no output.
>> > I tried with the advice of Adrian to redirect stdout and stderr
>> inside > gdb (http://developer.apple.com/technotes/tn/
>> tn2032.html), but with no > success.
>> The reason I suggested getting the C backtrace was to see if it
>> was failing in the GC or elsewhere. Failing in the GC could be caused
>> by many things as the GC does not react well to a corrupt heap.
>> I've seen Squeak lock up consuming 100% CPU due to the 2 Gig memory
>> problem due to using ints rather than unsigned ints for address
>> calculation. It would be helpful if you could find out if your
>> problem is related
>> to that, or something new.
> Seaside mailing list
> Seaside at lists.squeakfoundation.org
More information about the seaside