ParallelVM Test161 Sem error


(David Dobmeier) #1

We are experiencing the below error when running ParallelVM with the -w flag. It appears as if the file for the semaphores are not being created properly. I can confirm that are created in semcreate, however in the call to semopen just “sem” is passed in as the name instead of “sem:parallelvm.x.y” I cannot think of a reason for this behavior. (Tests pass locally even for parallel-32 without the -w flag or if we create a file “sem” in the root directory). Looking for some advice for how to proceed.

Thanks,
Dave

/testbin/parallelvm -w
/testbin/parallelvm: /testbin/parallelvm/testbin/parallelvm/testbin/parallelvm/testbin/parallelvm: sem: op/testbin/parallelvm: sem: open: No such file or directory
: : /testbin/parallelvm: /testbin/parallelvm: sem: open: No such file or directory
sem: open: No such file or directory
: sem/testbin/parallelvm: sem: open: :/testbin/parallelvm: sem: open: No such file or directory
/testbin/parallelvm: sem: open: No such file or directory
sem: open: No such file or directory
/testbin/parallelvm: semo/testbin/parallelvm: sem: open: No such file or directory
No such file or directory
:pen: /testbin/parallelvm: sem: oNo such file or directory /testbin/parallelvm: sem:
o/testbin/parallelvm: sem: open: p open: No such file or directoryesem: openn: No such file or directory
pen: No such file or directory
: No such file or directory
/testbin/parallelvm: sem: open:
/testbin/parallelvm: sem: open: No such file or directory
No such file or directory
sem: open: No such file or directory
en: No such file or directory
No such file or directory
/testbin/parallelvm: sem: open: No such file or directory
/testbin/parallelvm: sem: open: No such file or directory
/testbin/parallelvm: sem: open: No such file or directory
/testbin/parallelvm: sem: open: No such file or directory
/testbin/parallelvm: sem: open: No such file or directory
/testbin/parallelvm: sem: open: No such file or directory
/testbin/parallelvm: sem: open: No such file or directory
(program name unknown): subprocess time: 4.477793428 seconds
Exit 1
OS/161$


(David Dobmeier) #2

Resolved. Note to self, make sure calls to VFS are copy-safe.