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2017-09-20 22:08:51 UTC
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ps -T doesn't really work if you have any filters. so ps -AT is fine,
but ps -p <chrome pid> -T only shows the main thread.

why? because slots[SLOT_pid] is "wrong" in shared_match_process (where
by wrong i mean "is the tid").

why? because toybox reads (say) /proc/147047/task/147058/stat and sees

147058 (CompositorTileW) S 31782 6249 6249 0 -1 1077952576 4 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 20 0 11 0 1211910244 928649216 35602 18446744073709551615
94558515900416 94558627572512 140720560858928 140506510343072
140506833892356 0 0 4098 1073827581 1 0 0 -1 31 0 0 0 0 0
94558627579744 94558633602584 94558666661888 140720560866826
140720560866928 140720560866928 140720560869342 0

and copies 147058 into SLOT_pid because that code no longer knows the real pid.

not sure how best to fix this.
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Rob Landley
2017-10-15 18:10:46 UTC
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And this one was stuck in gmail's spam filter too. (Sorry for the delay,
the down arrow on my keyboard came off. I have a new keyboard but
swapping it out involves shutting this down and closing 6 desktops full
of windows full of tabs. Working on it...)

[Notices this email didn't get sent, while stopped at a McDonald's in
Oklahoma on the drive back from minneapolis to austin. Right, time to
press send...]
Post by enh
ps -T doesn't really work if you have any filters. so ps -AT is fine,
but ps -p <chrome pid> -T only shows the main thread.
Alas, I don't personally use threads much so basically never test this.
Post by enh
why? because slots[SLOT_pid] is "wrong" in shared_match_process (where
by wrong i mean "is the tid").
why? because toybox reads (say) /proc/147047/task/147058/stat and sees
147058 (CompositorTileW) S 31782 6249 6249 0 -1 1077952576 4 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 20 0 11 0 1211910244 928649216 35602 18446744073709551615
94558515900416 94558627572512 140720560858928 140506510343072
140506833892356 0 0 4098 1073827581 1 0 0 -1 31 0 0 0 0 0
94558627579744 94558633602584 94558666661888 140720560866826
140720560866928 140720560866928 140720560869342 0
and copies 147058 into SLOT_pid because that code no longer knows the real pid.
not sure how best to fix this.
Hmmm... Reasonably straightforward to fix, but my tree has local c
changes in ps.c. Looks like I'm adding -m to show maximum number of
lines (somebody asked, it's easy enough.) And -H to iotop (which is
where I left off; need to come up with a test for this and haven't got
one. Is chrome threads or processes? The big scott mccloud comic implied
processes, but the way google does everything implies threads, but
threads would defeat the entire VM sandboxing purpose of having each tab
in its own process...)

[Which is where I stopped doing the "this is simple, I should just fix
it before finishing the reply..." and 3 days later that part's not done
yet...]

[Rob]

[P.S. You can use two finger scrolling to replace a down arrow in
chrome, the "j" key instead of a down arrow in vi, and hit page down and
cursor back up a lot. I really should finish closing windows and shut
down so I can replace the keyboard one of these days...]
enh
2017-10-19 23:13:28 UTC
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Post by Rob Landley
And this one was stuck in gmail's spam filter too. (Sorry for the delay,
the down arrow on my keyboard came off. I have a new keyboard but
swapping it out involves shutting this down and closing 6 desktops full
of windows full of tabs. Working on it...)
[Notices this email didn't get sent, while stopped at a McDonald's in
Oklahoma on the drive back from minneapolis to austin. Right, time to
press send...]
Post by enh
ps -T doesn't really work if you have any filters. so ps -AT is fine,
but ps -p <chrome pid> -T only shows the main thread.
Alas, I don't personally use threads much so basically never test this.
Post by enh
why? because slots[SLOT_pid] is "wrong" in shared_match_process (where
by wrong i mean "is the tid").
why? because toybox reads (say) /proc/147047/task/147058/stat and sees
147058 (CompositorTileW) S 31782 6249 6249 0 -1 1077952576 4 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 20 0 11 0 1211910244 928649216 35602 18446744073709551615
94558515900416 94558627572512 140720560858928 140506510343072
140506833892356 0 0 4098 1073827581 1 0 0 -1 31 0 0 0 0 0
94558627579744 94558633602584 94558666661888 140720560866826
140720560866928 140720560866928 140720560869342 0
and copies 147058 into SLOT_pid because that code no longer knows the real pid.
not sure how best to fix this.
Hmmm... Reasonably straightforward to fix, but my tree has local c
changes in ps.c. Looks like I'm adding -m to show maximum number of
lines (somebody asked, it's easy enough.)
i said "no" to the single internal request we had for that when we
switched from traditional Android top to toybox top. easy, yes, but
not obviously useful. the original Android top only had batch mode, so
it was a bit more useful then. but "first N" isn't an obviously
meaningful heuristic. "field X no lower than Y" would be more
convincing. but that's no longer as easy :-)
Post by Rob Landley
And -H to iotop (which is
where I left off; need to come up with a test for this and haven't got
one. Is chrome threads or processes? The big scott mccloud comic implied
processes, but the way google does everything implies threads, but
threads would defeat the entire VM sandboxing purpose of having each tab
in its own process...)
if you run (GNU) "ps -AT" while chrome's running, you'll see it's a
mix. i think even the original design assumed that. see the first
diagram here, where solid boxes are processes and dashed boxes are
threads: https://www.chromium.org/developers/design-documents/multi-process-architecture

here's far more detail than you could possibly want (including the
command-line options that let you configure the model):
https://www.chromium.org/developers/design-documents/process-models

and here's a Chrome engineer's "it's complicated, and everyone
misunderstands" post:
https://plus.google.com/+PeterKasting/posts/TC4ACtKevJY
Post by Rob Landley
[Which is where I stopped doing the "this is simple, I should just fix
it before finishing the reply..." and 3 days later that part's not done
yet...]
[Rob]
[P.S. You can use two finger scrolling to replace a down arrow in
chrome, the "j" key instead of a down arrow in vi, and hit page down and
cursor back up a lot. I really should finish closing windows and shut
down so I can replace the keyboard one of these days...]
--
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Android native code/tools questions? Mail me/drop by/add me as a reviewer.
Rob Landley
2017-11-01 08:57:22 UTC
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Post by enh
ps -T doesn't really work if you have any filters. so ps -AT is fine,
but ps -p <chrome pid> -T only shows the main thread.
Alas, I don't personally use threads much so basically never test this.
Post by enh
why? because slots[SLOT_pid] is "wrong" in shared_match_process (where
by wrong i mean "is the tid").
why? because toybox reads (say) /proc/147047/task/147058/stat and sees
147058 (CompositorTileW) S 31782 6249 6249 0 -1 1077952576 4 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 20 0 11 0 1211910244 928649216 35602 18446744073709551615
94558515900416 94558627572512 140720560858928 140506510343072
140506833892356 0 0 4098 1073827581 1 0 0 -1 31 0 0 0 0 0
94558627579744 94558633602584 94558666661888 140720560866826
140720560866928 140720560866928 140720560869342 0
and copies 147058 into SLOT_pid because that code no longer knows the real pid.
I added -H to iotop, fixed the off-by-one error in screen width
truncation, set the screen width to 72, and ran "top -H -O TID,SHR" and
cursored over to the SHR column and:

PID USER TID [SHR]%CPU %MEM TIME+ THREAD PROCE
1865 landley 1865 84M 98.1 14.8 128:47.94 thunderbird thun+
1865 landley 1895 84M 1.8 14.8 41:53.81 SoftwareVsyncTh thun+
1865 landley 723 84M 0.0 14.8 0:00.00 StreamT~s #3048 thun+
1865 landley 30482 84M 0.0 14.8 2:14.82 DOM Worker thun+
1865 landley 9488 84M 0.0 14.8 7:16.20 DOM Worker thun+
1865 landley 16082 84M 0.0 14.8 15:33.85 DOM Worker thun+
1865 landley 15523 84M 0.0 14.8 0:00.49 DOM Worker thun+
1865 landley 12086 84M 0.0 14.8 17:24.69 DOM Worker thun+
1865 landley 3838 84M 0.0 14.8 18:14.68 DOM Worker thun+
1865 landley 2254 84M 0.0 14.8 18:26.28 DOM Worker thun+
1865 landley 30746 84M 0.0 14.8 18:30.12 DOM Worker thun+

An they all seem to think they're PID 1865, but each knows its TID?

$ ls /proc/1865/task/
10228 1865 1875 1880 1887 1893 1899 1911 1934 30482 5471
12086 1871 1876 1881 1888 1894 1903 1912 19926 30746 6316
14369 1872 1877 1882 1889 1895 1904 1921 22017 32148 9488
15523 1873 1878 1885 1891 1897 1906 1927 2254 3838 9955
16082 1874 1879 1886 1892 1898 1908 1933 2770 5469

Which seems reasonable? It's got PID, it's got TID, what do I need to
fix here?

(Aside: thunderbird really, really, really doesn't like a local
linux-kernel folder with 500k messages in it. Or a pop3 inbox going back
to 2013, which is the last time I split it. But I think what it's mad
about right now is the BUG() I hit in the vfat code which I had to fsck
away to do some work, and thus the vfat maintainer couldn't reproduce
it. I've meant to reboot ever since, it happened about 5 times before I
fixed it, emergency-zapping a filesystem each time, and the memory
menagement on this box has gone all wonky since then. I've been meaning
to reboot to replace the keyboard anyway, but 8 desktops full of windows
full of tabs takes a while to unwind...)
Post by enh
Post by Rob Landley
Post by enh
not sure how best to fix this.
Hmmm... Reasonably straightforward to fix,
Not necessarily straightfowrward to reproduce.

$ ps -AT
PID TID
32667 32667 ? 00:26:22 chromium-browse
32667 32668 ? 00:00:00 TaskSchedulerSe
32667 32669 ? 00:00:20 Chrome_ChildIOT
32667 32670 ? 00:00:00 GpuMemoryThread

They're different?

$ ls /proc/32667/task/
10087 32668 32670 32672 32674 5747 5754
32667 32669 32671 32673 32697 5748

And they're reasonable?
Post by enh
Post by Rob Landley
but my tree has local c
changes in ps.c. Looks like I'm adding -m to show maximum number of
lines (somebody asked, it's easy enough.)
i said "no" to the single internal request we had for that when we
switched from traditional Android top to toybox top. easy, yes, but
not obviously useful. the original Android top only had batch mode, so
it was a bit more useful then. but "first N" isn't an obviously
meaningful heuristic. "field X no lower than Y" would be more
convincing. but that's no longer as easy :-)
I can yank it again. If you wanna design a filter syntax I can probably
implement something.

I've just started poking at bc ala shell $((blah)) math syntax, and I'm
likely to make a function or two that lets you substitute in variables
(via string substitution) and do math on the result.

That said... that's not the syntax we've got in find, or in test. And ps
has:

-o FIELDs instead of defaults, each with optional :size and =title

I could add <XXX and >XXX to that, I suppose? Might take a bit of
fiddling to make room.

That said, you still couldn't implement -m with a syntax like that.
Maximum number of fields to display isn't a -o field. :)
Post by enh
Post by Rob Landley
And -H to iotop (which is
where I left off; need to come up with a test for this and haven't got
one. Is chrome threads or processes? The big scott mccloud comic implied
processes, but the way google does everything implies threads, but
threads would defeat the entire VM sandboxing purpose of having each tab
in its own process...)
if you run (GNU) "ps -AT" while chrome's running, you'll see it's a
mix. i think even the original design assumed that. see the first
diagram here, where solid boxes are processes and dashed boxes are
threads: https://www.chromium.org/developers/design-documents/multi-process-architecture
I read Scott McCloud's comic way back when, and am currently on a plane
to tokyo and would have to pay for network access (it's not the money,
it's the visceral dislike of entering credit card information into a web
page; DO NOT TRUST), but I'll try to remember to take a look.

Meanwhile, I believe you. :)
Post by enh
here's far more detail than you could possibly want (including the
https://www.chromium.org/developers/design-documents/process-models
I'm happy that as of a couple months back:

ps ax | grep renderer | awk '{print $1}' | xargs kill

works again. I haven't asked much deeper than that. (I remember the
videos of high speed lightning discharge vs chrome page rendering. My
experience on this netbook is more "under 5 seconds is pretty good,
under 15 is usually tolerable", but the stop button on chrome is UTTERLY
USELESS (doesn't even stop the notification craw at the bottom from
TELLING you all the things it's loading, often using the monthly 4 gig
data cap t-mobile applies to tethering but not to what the actual phone
uses because money; I'm checking to see I've got the right youtube link
before tweeting it, I _DON'T_ want you to spool 10 megabytes of video
data through a metered connection).

The workaround is to right click disable wifi on the networkmangler icon
until it stops trying, usually about 15 seconds. One time out of a
thousand it gets Confused and your network goes away and CANNOT BE FIXED
until you reboot (ok, I've killed it, done the dbus status flush thing,
and respawned it from the command line successfully twice, and each time
was like half an hour of research _how_). But it was written by the same
guys who did pulseaudio and systemd so you can't expect reliablity out
of it.) At least these days chrome doesn't listen to the "network is
down" dbus notification and then refuse to show you pages from the web
server running on loopback.

(Did I mention I break everything? Seriously. People kept trying to pull
me into a tester role for the first decade of my career... and the
combination of sleep deprivation and caffeine makes me REALLY CHATTY and
the airport shuttle arrived at 4:20am and last week I bought a 50 pack
of "driving chocolate" squares that are 150mg of caffeine each and
packed ALL OF THEM. Minus the ones I already ate.)

Anyway, what I want here is something with threads to to test against,
and both chrome and thunderbird have those, so....
Post by enh
and here's a Chrome engineer's "it's complicated, and everyone
https://plus.google.com/+PeterKasting/posts/TC4ACtKevJY
I follow "Security Princess" on twitter (probably @laprissa? See "no net
right now" above). She blogs about this stuff from time to time. But I
copied that link into a tab for when I get to Akihabra.

Rob

P.S. 9 open reply windows to deal with before I can close thunderbird! Woo!
enh
2017-11-01 16:05:30 UTC
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ps -T doesn't really work if you have any filters. so ps -AT is fine,
but ps -p <chrome pid> -T only shows the main thread.
Alas, I don't personally use threads much so basically never test this.
Post by enh
why? because slots[SLOT_pid] is "wrong" in shared_match_process (where
by wrong i mean "is the tid").
why? because toybox reads (say) /proc/147047/task/147058/stat and sees
147058 (CompositorTileW) S 31782 6249 6249 0 -1 1077952576 4 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 20 0 11 0 1211910244 928649216 35602 18446744073709551615
94558515900416 94558627572512 140720560858928 140506510343072
140506833892356 0 0 4098 1073827581 1 0 0 -1 31 0 0 0 0 0
94558627579744 94558633602584 94558666661888 140720560866826
140720560866928 140720560866928 140720560869342 0
and copies 147058 into SLOT_pid because that code no longer knows the real pid.
I added -H to iotop, fixed the off-by-one error in screen width
truncation, set the screen width to 72, and ran "top -H -O TID,SHR" and
PID USER TID [SHR]%CPU %MEM TIME+ THREAD PROCE
1865 landley 1865 84M 98.1 14.8 128:47.94 thunderbird thun+
1865 landley 1895 84M 1.8 14.8 41:53.81 SoftwareVsyncTh thun+
1865 landley 723 84M 0.0 14.8 0:00.00 StreamT~s #3048 thun+
1865 landley 30482 84M 0.0 14.8 2:14.82 DOM Worker thun+
1865 landley 9488 84M 0.0 14.8 7:16.20 DOM Worker thun+
1865 landley 16082 84M 0.0 14.8 15:33.85 DOM Worker thun+
1865 landley 15523 84M 0.0 14.8 0:00.49 DOM Worker thun+
1865 landley 12086 84M 0.0 14.8 17:24.69 DOM Worker thun+
1865 landley 3838 84M 0.0 14.8 18:14.68 DOM Worker thun+
1865 landley 2254 84M 0.0 14.8 18:26.28 DOM Worker thun+
1865 landley 30746 84M 0.0 14.8 18:30.12 DOM Worker thun+
An they all seem to think they're PID 1865, but each knows its TID?
yep, that works fine.
Post by Rob Landley
$ ls /proc/1865/task/
10228 1865 1875 1880 1887 1893 1899 1911 1934 30482 5471
12086 1871 1876 1881 1888 1894 1903 1912 19926 30746 6316
14369 1872 1877 1882 1889 1895 1904 1921 22017 32148 9488
15523 1873 1878 1885 1891 1897 1906 1927 2254 3838 9955
16082 1874 1879 1886 1892 1898 1908 1933 2770 5469
Which seems reasonable? It's got PID, it's got TID, what do I need to
fix here?
the bug i reported... :-)

i think you read the bug backwards because i included a case that *does* work...
Post by Rob Landley
(Aside: thunderbird really, really, really doesn't like a local
linux-kernel folder with 500k messages in it. Or a pop3 inbox going back
to 2013, which is the last time I split it. But I think what it's mad
about right now is the BUG() I hit in the vfat code which I had to fsck
away to do some work, and thus the vfat maintainer couldn't reproduce
it. I've meant to reboot ever since, it happened about 5 times before I
fixed it, emergency-zapping a filesystem each time, and the memory
menagement on this box has gone all wonky since then. I've been meaning
to reboot to replace the keyboard anyway, but 8 desktops full of windows
full of tabs takes a while to unwind...)
Post by enh
Post by Rob Landley
Post by enh
not sure how best to fix this.
Hmmm... Reasonably straightforward to fix,
Not necessarily straightfowrward to reproduce.
$ ps -AT
PID TID
32667 32667 ? 00:26:22 chromium-browse
32667 32668 ? 00:00:00 TaskSchedulerSe
32667 32669 ? 00:00:20 Chrome_ChildIOT
32667 32670 ? 00:00:00 GpuMemoryThread
...specifically the ps -AT case...

...and a case that *doesn't* work, which is when there's a filter
*instead of* -A. i'll just repeat the original because i'm too lazy to
rewrite it and because i think the problem is just that you were just
too tired when you looked at it :-)

ps -T doesn't really work if you have any filters. so ps -AT is fine,
but ps -p <chrome pid> -T only shows the main thread.

why? because slots[SLOT_pid] is "wrong" in shared_match_process (where
by wrong i mean "is the tid").

why? because toybox reads (say) /proc/147047/task/147058/stat and sees

147058 (CompositorTileW) S 31782 6249 6249 0 -1 1077952576 4 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 20 0 11 0 1211910244 928649216 35602 18446744073709551615
94558515900416 94558627572512 140720560858928 140506510343072
140506833892356 0 0 4098 1073827581 1 0 0 -1 31 0 0 0 0 0
94558627579744 94558633602584 94558666661888 140720560866826
140720560866928 140720560866928 140720560869342 0

and copies 147058 into SLOT_pid because that code no longer knows the real pid.


i'll also add a concrete example from my laptop right now:

/tmp/toybox$ ps -T 32190
PID SPID TTY STAT TIME COMMAND
32190 32190 ? Sl 0:00 /usr/bin/uplink-soecks
32190 32192 ? Sl 0:01 /usr/bin/uplink-soecks
32190 32193 ? Sl 0:00 /usr/bin/uplink-soecks
32190 32194 ? Sl 0:02 /usr/bin/uplink-soecks
32190 32197 ? Sl 0:02 /usr/bin/uplink-soecks
32190 32204 ? Sl 0:02 /usr/bin/uplink-soecks
32190 32205 ? Sl 0:00 /usr/bin/uplink-soecks
32190 32206 ? Sl 0:02 /usr/bin/uplink-soecks
32190 32207 ? Sl 0:00 /usr/bin/uplink-soecks
32190 21914 ? Sl 0:02 /usr/bin/uplink-soecks
32190 21915 ? Sl 0:01 /usr/bin/uplink-soecks
32190 31176 ? Sl 0:01 /usr/bin/uplink-soecks
/tmp/toybox$ ./toybox ps -T 32190
PID TID TTY TIME CMD
32190 32190 ? 00:00:16 uplink-soecks
/tmp/toybox$
Post by Rob Landley
They're different?
$ ls /proc/32667/task/
10087 32668 32670 32672 32674 5747 5754
32667 32669 32671 32673 32697 5748
And they're reasonable?
Post by enh
Post by Rob Landley
but my tree has local c
changes in ps.c. Looks like I'm adding -m to show maximum number of
lines (somebody asked, it's easy enough.)
i said "no" to the single internal request we had for that when we
switched from traditional Android top to toybox top. easy, yes, but
not obviously useful. the original Android top only had batch mode, so
it was a bit more useful then. but "first N" isn't an obviously
meaningful heuristic. "field X no lower than Y" would be more
convincing. but that's no longer as easy :-)
I can yank it again. If you wanna design a filter syntax I can probably
implement something.
no, i don't care either way. i just wasn't going to implement
something that i personally believe isn't useful (or at least "doesn't
answer the question they actually have, and is prone to giving you too
much or too little information"). it's two-year absence has weaned
Google's Android folks off it, so i'll probably never be annoyed by a
useless bug report caused by truncation again :-)
Post by Rob Landley
I've just started poking at bc ala shell $((blah)) math syntax, and I'm
likely to make a function or two that lets you substitute in variables
(via string substitution) and do math on the result.
That said... that's not the syntax we've got in find, or in test. And ps
-o FIELDs instead of defaults, each with optional :size and =title
I could add <XXX and >XXX to that, I suppose? Might take a bit of
fiddling to make room.
That said, you still couldn't implement -m with a syntax like that.
Maximum number of fields to display isn't a -o field. :)
yeah, but like i said: it's just not a useful thing anyway. if you
genuinely just care about lines of text, use `head`. if you're using
it as a proxy for something else, this feature would let you actually
cut off at the right point. (so personally i'd have said "no -m, but
generalized filtering is on the TODO list, waiting for enough people
to have concrete use cases".)
Post by Rob Landley
Post by enh
Post by Rob Landley
And -H to iotop (which is
where I left off; need to come up with a test for this and haven't got
one. Is chrome threads or processes? The big scott mccloud comic implied
processes, but the way google does everything implies threads, but
threads would defeat the entire VM sandboxing purpose of having each tab
in its own process...)
if you run (GNU) "ps -AT" while chrome's running, you'll see it's a
mix. i think even the original design assumed that. see the first
diagram here, where solid boxes are processes and dashed boxes are
threads: https://www.chromium.org/developers/design-documents/multi-process-architecture
I read Scott McCloud's comic way back when, and am currently on a plane
to tokyo and would have to pay for network access (it's not the money,
it's the visceral dislike of entering credit card information into a web
page; DO NOT TRUST), but I'll try to remember to take a look.
Meanwhile, I believe you. :)
Post by enh
here's far more detail than you could possibly want (including the
https://www.chromium.org/developers/design-documents/process-models
ps ax | grep renderer | awk '{print $1}' | xargs kill
i actually slightly miss that it no longer leaks itself to death every
couple of weeks --- now i'm sometimes forced to manually restart it
when the "time to upgrade" blob has been red too long.
Post by Rob Landley
works again. I haven't asked much deeper than that. (I remember the
videos of high speed lightning discharge vs chrome page rendering. My
experience on this netbook is more "under 5 seconds is pretty good,
under 15 is usually tolerable", but the stop button on chrome is UTTERLY
USELESS (doesn't even stop the notification craw at the bottom from
TELLING you all the things it's loading, often using the monthly 4 gig
data cap t-mobile applies to tethering but not to what the actual phone
uses because money; I'm checking to see I've got the right youtube link
before tweeting it, I _DON'T_ want you to spool 10 megabytes of video
data through a metered connection).
The workaround is to right click disable wifi on the networkmangler icon
until it stops trying, usually about 15 seconds. One time out of a
thousand it gets Confused and your network goes away and CANNOT BE FIXED
until you reboot (ok, I've killed it, done the dbus status flush thing,
and respawned it from the command line successfully twice, and each time
was like half an hour of research _how_). But it was written by the same
guys who did pulseaudio and systemd so you can't expect reliablity out
of it.) At least these days chrome doesn't listen to the "network is
down" dbus notification and then refuse to show you pages from the web
server running on loopback.
(Did I mention I break everything? Seriously. People kept trying to pull
me into a tester role for the first decade of my career... and the
combination of sleep deprivation and caffeine makes me REALLY CHATTY and
the airport shuttle arrived at 4:20am and last week I bought a 50 pack
of "driving chocolate" squares that are 150mg of caffeine each and
packed ALL OF THEM. Minus the ones I already ate.)
see... i knew there was a reason you read the bug report backwards :-)
Post by Rob Landley
Anyway, what I want here is something with threads to to test against,
and both chrome and thunderbird have those, so....
Post by enh
and here's a Chrome engineer's "it's complicated, and everyone
https://plus.google.com/+PeterKasting/posts/TC4ACtKevJY
right now" above). She blogs about this stuff from time to time. But I
copied that link into a tab for when I get to Akihabra.
Rob
P.S. 9 open reply windows to deal with before I can close thunderbird! Woo!
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