runit package doesn't work, even its test suite doesn't finish.
Thomas Schwinge once was having a look at that, but this very
report is just from his memory, and his memory is dim... The problem might
either be a time stamping issue (which might be fixed by now) or it might be
select call failing issue we're seeing from time to time. Or something
Originally answered by Samuel Thibault:
120->proc_dostop_request ( 138) = 0
Usual issue with rpctrace: it does not support fork().
I've checked a backtrace in gdb, got this: 0x0105af6c in mach_msg_trap () at /build/eglibc-jWVnRE/eglibc-2.13/build-tree/hurd-i386-libc/mach/mach_msg_trap.S:2 1 0x0105b769 in __mach_msg (msg=0x1024af8, option=258, send_size=0, rcv_size=40, rcv_name=140, timeout=1000020, notify=0) at msg.c:110 2 0x01062251 in _hurd_select (nfds=2, pollfds=0x1024dc0, readfds=0x0, writefds=0x0, exceptfds=0x0, timeout=0x1024bbc, sigmask=0x0) at hurdselect.c:324 3 0x0114427b in __poll (fds=0x1024dc0, nfds=2, timeout=1000020) at ../sysdeps/mach/hurd/poll.c:48 4 0x0804b770 in iopause (x=0x1024dc0, len=2, deadline=0x1024dd8, stamp=0x1024de8) at iopause.c:29 5 0x08048efc in main (argc=2, argv=0x1024e94) at runsv.c:543 and main() shows up as: sig_unblock(sig_term); sig_unblock(sig_child); -> iopause(x, 2 +haslog, &deadline, &now); sig_block(sig_term); sig_block(sig_child);
So it simply looks like the known "signals don't interrupt select" bug.