[Spice-devel] [bug] tripping an assert (regularly!) in release_drawable in red_worker.c
yhalperi at redhat.com
Tue May 1 10:17:42 PDT 2012
On 05/01/2012 05:39 PM, Nahum Shalman wrote:
> I'm much happier about this one since it now happens to me pretty much
> every time I use a VM.
> Once again, I'm using the latest bits as of a couple days ago with a
> modified qemu running under illumos.
> I'm reliably tripping an assert in red_worker.c
> (it's annoying when that happens... qemu just sort of spins off into
> crazy land rather than dumping core and exiting.)
> This is the tripped assert:
> SpiceWorker-ERROR **: red_worker.c:1736:release_drawable: assertion
> `!drawable->stream' failed
> I hacked up all the calls to release_drawable to include a matching
> assert above the call to isolate which call was tripping it, and it
> looks like it's the last one in red_process_drawable
> I have a couple of thoughts:
> 1. Can someone familiar with the (scary) innards of red_worker.c take a
> look and see if anything stands out?
I'm doing some changes in this part of the code, but so far I haven't
tripped into this assert (before applying my changes, and without
pulling changes from the last week or two). Can you bisect this?
What guest are you running?
> 2. Should we consider beefing up the implementation of red_assert to
> have it generate a stack trace and/or have it cause qemu to dump core?
> This seems reasonable to me since QEMU seems to go crazy when this happens.
> Thanks for your time,
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