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Ticket #11450 ([Tracker] Navigation menu of "Disks" contains the directories "config" and ...) closed
I am able to boot my desktop using R1 Alpha 4.1 from a USB Stick without issue. When trying the latest nightly hrev48257 it fails to boot. It completes the initialization process, but then seem to fail on initializing the video card. The system hangs with a white screen. I can boot in safe video mode.
I tried numerous versions and found that the last version to boot is hrev46791. The following nightly build href46860 fails to boot. I download the nightlies from here http://haiku-files.org/haiku/development/ . Based on the diff from the link, I do not understand why it would start to fail between these versions.
My hardware is:
ASUS Sabertooth I7-3770k
Radeon HD 7700 Series
I have attached the output from listdev and listimage of hrev46791.
The CD is "Shangri-La limited edition" by Wraygun. There is the usual CDDA track (which works fine) followed by a "VIDEOCLIP" track in ISO9660 format. That one is mounted fine, but trying to open it in Tracker goes to KDL (failed to read block).
Select all tracks
Open with MediaPlayer
Only first track plays. Selecting next track(s) shows track as selected on tab, but it does not play.
Stop MediaPlayer and unmount/eject disk.
Cannot quit MediaPlayer (high CPU loading in process controller).
After 2 or 3 minutes MediaPlayer quits.
This is hrev48274.
Click this URL and watch web+ crash:
... Active Threads: thread 7778: pthread func thread 7780: w>Downloads thread 7782: w>Settings thread 7786: w>WebPositive: Save thread 7788: timer thread thread 7790: w>How to Make 720p High Definit thread 7792: pthread func thread 7849: team 7773 debug task thread 7773: WebPositive (main) state: Exception (Segment violation) Frame IP Function Name ----------------------------------------------- 0x71c189c8 0xf2cd25 WTFCrash + 0x25 Disassembly: WTFCrash: 0x00f2cd00: 55 push %ebp 0x00f2cd01: 89e5 mov %esp, %ebp 0x00f2cd03: 53 push %ebx 0x00f2cd04: e84ee6abff call 0x9eb357 0x00f2cd09: 81c3ff240a00 add $0xa24ff, %ebx 0x00f2cd0f: 83ec04 sub $0x4, %esp 0x00f2cd12: 8b83a0e90000 mov 0xe9a0(%ebx), %eax 0x00f2cd18: 85c0 test %eax, %eax 0x00f2cd1a: 7402 jz 0xf2cd1e 0x00f2cd1c: ffd0 call %eax 0x00f2cd1e: e87d47aaff call 0x9d14a0 0x00f2cd23: 31c0 xor %eax, %eax 0x00f2cd25: c705efbeadbb0000 mov $0x0, 0xbbadbeef <-- Frame memory: [0x71c189c0] ........ 09 cd f2 00 08 f2 fc 00 0x71c18a78 0xaa3ef0 JSC::DFG::ByteCodeParser::handleGetById(int, unsigned int, JSC::DFG::Node*, unsigned int, JSC::GetByIdStatus const&) + 0x6a0 0x71c18b38 0xaa65ed JSC::DFG::ByteCodeParser::parseBlock(unsigned int) + 0x205d 0x71c18c38 0xaa8917 JSC::DFG::ByteCodeParser::parseCodeBlock() + 0x117 0x71c18d68 0xaa9186 JSC::DFG::ByteCodeParser::parse() + 0xd6 0x71c18f08 0xaa98bf JSC::DFG::parse(JSC::DFG::Graph&) + 0x20f 0x71c19618 0xb6925c JSC::DFG::Plan::compileInThreadImpl(JSC::DFG::LongLivedState&) + 0x6c 0x71c19728 0xb69a79 JSC::DFG::Plan::compileInThread(JSC::DFG::LongLivedState&, JSC::DFG::ThreadData*) + 0x139 0x71c19788 0xaf16f9 JSC::DFG::compile(JSC::VM&, JSC::CodeBlock*, JSC::CodeBlock*, JSC::DFG::CompilationMode, unsigned int, JSC::Operands<JSC::JSValue, JSC::OperandValueTraits<JSC::JSValue> > const&, WTF::PassRefPtr<JSC::DeferredCompilationCallback>) + 0x579 0x71c198c8 0xc95e15 operationOptimize + 0x885 ...
complete report attached.
This may not be easy to trigger...
We are supposed to only allow one popup menu on a given view at a time. This doesn't work perfectly however and I often manage to open two menus in Tracker: the desktop one and the specific menu for a given icon (you have to be fast to do this - right click on the desktop and then on the icon a short time after that, but before the first menu is open).
Usually this is harmless and only leads to the two menus opening. But today I went to KDL.
PANIC: vm_page_fault: unhandled page fault in kernel space at 0x706f78, ip 0x80084ba2
The panic is in wait_for_thread_etc, called by BPopUpMenu::_Go. It seems that it's trying to access invalid thread data.
I should note that I was trying to replicate the CDDA panics/corruption, so that may be the actual problem...
Using latest nightly (hrev48277-x86 gcc2h), clean install (just made a flash drive with it few minutes ago).
Everytime I try to open Web+, it crashes. System is running in fail-safe video mode cause otherwise it won't boot on my laptop (lenovo z580).
Fixed in hrev48281.
Ticket #11450 ([Tracker] Navigation menu of "Disks" contains the directories "config" and ...) created
Navigation menu of "Disks" contains the directories "config" and "system". The tracker window as expected contains only disks.
This is hrev48280.
It would be nice to reduce UI cluttering by removing the border (marked as red)
If you have delay setting set to 10 sec and you close Screenshot app then to start it again you will have to wait these 10 sec. I think this setting should only only work for New screenshot button.
Ok then, let's close for now.
It's the same exact problem, it relates to data blob handling not being properly/completely implemented yet.
I don't think this is the same bug...with the same version of nightly build, the site, 'kotaku.com' loads just fine. However, 'osnews.com' causes a crash.
hrev47224 haiku - webpositive
WebPositive renders slashdot.org correctly - then while scrolling headers disapear and are then re-drawn when hovered with mouse.
Slightly distracting annoyance but I seem to remember reading about drawing code changing.
I have a feeling this is a duplicate of #8823. If the disk contains a GPT backup map at the end of the disk, you are unable to create a new MBR table or partitions as the GPT add-on attemps to load as well.