Re: [Gc]: GC_mark_stack_bottom interpreted as heap pointer? (#21)
ivmai at mail.ru
Sun Sep 15 00:52:47 PDT 2013
I moved GC_mark_stack* pointers to GC_arrays:
* master: https://github.com/ivmai/bdwgc/commit/efd5d4945a51a73dd9df42fae8a9f8e809287b4e
* release-7_2: https://github.com/ivmai/bdwgc/commit/a7a5666
As I cannot reproduce the bug (on x86), so I can't check whether this change fixes the issue.
I've not noticed any change in performance.
Mon, 26 Aug 2013, 21:07 UTC from "Boehm, Hans" <hans.boehm at hp.com>:
>This suggests to me that we might want to move GC_mark_stack_limit into _GC_arrays, so that it's not traced from. I don't think that should have adverse performance impact, but I'm not 100% sure.
>From: Stefan Ring [mailto:notifications at github.com]
>Sent: Sunday, August 25, 2013 5:19 AM
>Subject: Re: [bdwgc] GC_mark_stack_bottom interpreted as heap pointer? (#21)
>I've just tried to reproduce this using a more recent version – ca89b8c –, as I could not remember exactly what I did back then.
>I compile with KEEP_BACK_PTRS and call GC_generate_random_backtrace() at every step. After a while, most of these traces will say:
>0x663f80 (tests/middle.c:114, sz=24, NORMAL)
>Reachable via 241 levels of pointers from offset 8 in object:
>0x663030 (tests/middle.c:114, sz=24, NORMAL)
>Reachable via 242 levels of pointers from root at 0x601388
>And what lives at 0x601388?
>(gdb) x/1gx 0x601388
>0x601388 <GC_mark_stack_limit>: 0x0000000000663000
>So I'm not sure which one of these GC_mark_stack* variables it was last time, but this is what I'm getting now.
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