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Re: Bug in JACK shutdown process?

Jack O'Quin-2
"Arve Knudsen" <[hidden email]> writes:

> I get the impression that there is a flaw in the shutdown sequence of
> JACK. Whenever shutting down jackd before an active client, both would
> hang, seemingly deadlocked. So I did a little debugging, and it seems
> to  me the heart of the problem is that jackd writes an event to the
> client  and expects a reply, _but_ the client process thread (which is
> responsible  for polling event_fd am I right?) has already exited in
> response to the  shutdown of jackd. So there will be noone to
> acknowledge the event, and  the main jackd thread will be stuck
> listening on event_fd, while the  server thread will hang waiting for
> a graph lock (in response to a request  from the client). Does this
> analysis sound sensible (or is the root of my  problem somewhere else)?

Did you ever get an answer to this question?  It sounds like a rather
deep problem.  Can you still reproduce it?  How complicated is the
test sequence?  Is there a problem report in Mantis for it?
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  joq


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Re: Bug in JACK shutdown process?

Jussi Laako
On Tue, 2005-07-12 at 11:31 -0500, Jack O'Quin wrote:

> test sequence?  Is there a problem report in Mantis for it?

Has someone managed to fix Mantis? I still unable to get mail from
userid creation.


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