[squid-users] assertion failed: ../src/ipc/AtomicWord.h:88: "Enabled()"
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Fri Mar 27 10:50:25 UTC 2015
This appears by a breakage in the 3.5 snapshots' GNU atomics detection.
Though we are still not sure why the error occurs yet with atomics disabled.
Snapshots labelled r13783 or later available in a few hrs should be fixed.
On 27/03/2015 11:47 a.m., Dan Charlesworth wrote:
> Bumping this because I think it might have gone into the black hole the other night.
>> On 23 Mar 2015, at 5:44 pm, Dan Charlesworth <dan at getbusi.com> wrote:
>> Turns out it’s also shitting the bed whenever I go to an SSL site now that I’ve added --enable-storeio=rock:
>> 2015/03/23 17:40:13 kid1| assertion failed: ../src/ipc/AtomicWord.h:71: "Enabled()"
>> 2015/03/23 17:42:02 kid1| assertion failed: ../src/ipc/AtomicWord.h:74: "Enabled()"
>> I feel like I’m definitely missing a dependency or something :-/
>>> On 23 Mar 2015, at 5:28 pm, Dan Charlesworth <dan at getbusi.com <mailto:dan at getbusi.com>> wrote:
>>> Sorry for all the threads lately, folks -
>>> I just recompiled by 3.5 EL6 (64-bit) RPM (using squid-3.5.2-20150321-r13782).
>>> I decided to add rock to my `—enable-storeio` option, so I could try SMP and stuff, which was fine. But when I went to squid -z it, I got this crash:
>>> assertion failed: ../src/ipc/AtomicWord.h:88: "Enabled()"
>>> Just using:
>>> cache_dir rock /var/spool/squid 20000
>>> workers 2
>>> I’m hoping, for a change, this is some obvious thing I’ve missed and not something I need to dig out backtraces for :-)
>>> Thanks, y'all
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