On 2019-01-11 16:50, §¡§ß§Õ§â§Ö§Û §¥§à§è§Ö§ß§Ü§à wrote: > > > > On your side, have you been able to reproduce the problem *without* > > ASAN, even on a bigger codebase? I wonder if it is actually a side > > effect of ASAN. > > > > All *sem_timedwait* calls do not work in the codebase of our project > without ASAN. So we cannot use i386 hardware in our embedded systems. > Codebase is about 1000 source files. But the minimal test passes without > ASAN so I cannot determine what affects sem_timedwait in our project. Any > thoughts?
Do you use semaphores between 32- and 64-bit processes? That's not something supported and used to work by chance in older glibc version (prior to 2.21 IIRC). -- Aurelien Jarno GPG: 4096R/1DDD8C9B aurel...@aurel32.net http://www.aurel32.net