Gentoo Archives: gentoo-amd64

From: Will Briggs <will@××××××××××××××××××.au>
To: gentoo-amd64@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-amd64] chroot emerges hang
Date: Tue, 04 Apr 2006 07:46:57
In Reply to: [gentoo-amd64] chroot emerges hang by Will Briggs
Replying to my own post, just to give some more info:

emerge --debug gives nothing useful
I'm pretty sure it's not an NFS lock issue.
ps ax tells me the hanging process is scanelf
And then:

lsof | grep 30063
scanelf   30063       root  cwd       DIR                3,2    26560 
   960370 /x86/var/tmp/portage
scanelf   30063       root  rtd       DIR                3,2      504 
   284044 /x86
scanelf   30063       root  txt       REG                3,2    57800 
10238022 /x86/usr/bin/scanelf
scanelf   30063       root  mem       REG                0,0 
        0 [heap] (stat: No such file or directory)
scanelf   30063       root  mem       REG                3,2    10596 
11572092 /x86/lib/
scanelf   30063       root  mem       REG                3,2  1222300 
11590728 /x86/lib/
scanelf   30063       root  mem       REG                3,2    24056 
  8864535 /x86/usr/lib/
scanelf   30063       root  mem       REG                3,2   122463 
11582613 /x86/lib/
scanelf   30063       root    0u      CHR              136,2 
        4 /dev/pts/2
scanelf   30063       root    1w     FIFO                0,5 
    32705 pipe
scanelf   30063       root    2u      CHR              136,2 
        4 /dev/pts/2

/x86 is the chroot of course, and none of these files that scanelf is 
using are on NFS or mount binds - but it still seems like scanelf is 

I've racked my brains, i've googled, i've search b.g.o and gentoo forums 
etc. etc. etc. anyone got an idea?

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Re: [gentoo-amd64] chroot emerges hang Mike Doty <kingtaco@g.o>