[squeak-dev] VM crash upgrading via trunk from 5.1-17325 (420->421)
digit at sonic.net
Tue Mar 20 20:03:00 UTC 2018
On 2018-03-20 11:32, Eliot Miranda wrote:
> Hi Tim,
> On Tue, Mar 20, 2018 at 11:20 AM, Tim Johnson <digit at sonic.net> wrote:
>> A full dump of SqueakDebug.log follows. This is from trying to update
>> from #421 to #422, and the lockup occurs at update-nice.422.mcm,
>> "Installing Kernel-nice.1127". It seems the lock up was indeed the
>> result of a "system error. VM: Squeak 5.0, Cog Spur VM
>> Note that the debug log below states my image is "Squeak6.0alpha" but
>> that is because the image is renamed as such by one of the trunk
>> updates. The original image was in fact originally
>> "Squeak5.1-16549-64bit" as downloaded from squeak.org.
> Good. I'm off the hook :-) Your subject line is misleading; this is a
> lock up, not a VM crash. On Mac OS X I see the lock up but see no VM
> crash. Does it help that you can start from the 6.0alpha download
> (6.0alpha) instead of starting from scratch?
Whoops! I'm sorry Eliot. The one time the Win32 VM actually popped up
a dialog window (instead of an in-image offer to drop to evaluator), it
suggested there had been a VM problem. I could never repeat the pop-up
of that dialog window, though. Thanks... I will be more careful about
Re: the 6.0 alpha image -- this becomes a catch-22. :D I was playing
around with updating via trunk to see if I could get around the
unaccounted-for removal of Context>>#inspectorClass present in the
downloadable 6.0alpha image.
But now I see it is present after updating through trunk too.
May be time for me to cease and desist.
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