[Gc] Illegal Instruction?

Andrew Haley aph at redhat.com
Wed Jan 9 05:09:06 PST 2008


jim marshall writes:
 > HI,
 >  I have a client using our product on a PowerPC system and when they 
 > start our program they get an Illegal Instruction error. The error is 
 > being 'caused' by the GC (version 6.8)
 > 
 > Program terminated with signal 4, Illegal instruction.
 > #0  GC_set_warn_proc (p=0xff03144 <GCWarnProc>)
 >     at ./include/private/gc_locks.h:177
 > 177     ./include/private/gc_locks.h: No such file or directory.
 >         in ./include/private/gc_locks.h
 > (gdb) bt
 > #0  GC_set_warn_proc (p=0xff03144 <GCWarnProc>)
 >     at ./include/private/gc_locks.h:177
 > #1  0x0ff031d4 in initializeGC () at ./src/gcif.c:69
 > #2  0x10001e94 in main (argc=4, argv=0x3fc53b04) at wsicimom.c:82
 > 
 > The odd thing is that they have 4 different PowerPC platforms, it works 
 > fine on three of them and this failure occurs on the fourth one. I've 
 > asked for details about this platform (e.g. the difference from others) 
 > but have not heard back yet.
 > 
 > Hoping someone might have some thoughts.
 > 
 > This is a debug build of the GC built with GCC 3.4.5

At this point, try

 x/i $pc

Andrew.

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