[llvm-dev] -fsanitize=memory failing on 3.9.0

Somchai Smythe via llvm-dev llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Sun Sep 11 23:11:29 PDT 2016

If you are on glibc-2.24, did you patch it with the fix
24e2b1cede1952d7d4411a3cafd25dd8593dab9f that revert commits
80f87443eed17838fe453f1f5406ccf5d3698c25 and
a824d609581d5ee7544aabcbbc70e8da44b2b5b6?  I had to do that since it
broke go, gcc, and clang address sanitizers without the patch.

On 9/12/16, Renato Golin via llvm-dev <llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
> On 11 September 2016 at 18:40, Wink Saville <wink at saville.com> wrote:
>> Please do the bisect, nice to hear it recently worked!
> So, I went as far back as 3 months ago and it still crashes. I think
> Reid is right that some environment change (kernel version?) made it
> crash.
> Best thing to do is to put all that info into LLVM bugzilla, link all
> relevant information and go from there.
> Unfortunately, I'm not an expert on either msan or x86, so it would be
> good to include the rest of the sanitizer folks on the bug. If you
> create one, copy me and I'll try to put all relevant people in.
> cheers,
> --renato
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