[lldb-dev] More linux process control and IOHandler races

Matthew Gardiner mg11 at csr.com
Mon Aug 4 23:32:30 PDT 2014


In addition to the overlapping prompt race Shawn Best and myself are 
looking at, I'm seeing another issue where if I launch a process, I get 
a stop (presumably the in) being reported to the UI.

(lldb) target create ~/mydir/i64-hello.elf
Current executable set to '~/mydir/i64-hello.elf' (x86_64).
(lldb) process launch
Process 27238 launching
Process 27238 launched: '64-hello.elf' (x86_64)
Process 27238 stopped
* thread #1: tid = 27238, 0x0000003675a011f0, name = 'i64-hello.elf'
     frame #0:
(lldb) target list
Current targets:
* target #0: i64-hello.elf ( arch=x86_64-unknown-linux, platform=host, 
pid=27238, state=running )

As you can see the "target list" reflects that the process is running. 
Which I confirmed by looking at /proc/27238/status.

Anyone else seeing this?


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