Issue: sys-libs/glibc-2.36-r5 fails tests (LTO-SYSTEM).
Discovered on: amd64 (internal ref: lto_tinderbox)
(LTO-SYSTEM) in the summary means that bug was found on a machine that runs lto but this bug MAY or MAY NOT BE related to lto.
This machine uses lto with CFLAGS=-flto -Werror=odr -Werror=lto-type-mismatch -Werror=strict-aliasing
Here is a bit of explanation:
User to find possible runtime issues in packages. It likely means the package is unsafe to build & use with LTO.
For projects using the same identifier but with different types across different files, they must be fixed to be consistent across the codebase.
Used to find possible runtime issues in packages. These bugs are a problem anyway but may be even worse when combined with LTO. C++ code must comply with the One Definition Rule (ODR) - see https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/language/definition#One_Definition_Rule.
Used to find possible runtime issues in packages. These bugs are a problem anyway but may be even worse when combined with LTO.
- If upstream is friendly and still active, file a bug upstream. For emulators, codecs, games, or multimedia packages, it may be worth just applying a workaround instead, as upstreams sometimes aren't receptive to these bugs (VALID FOR ALL).
- Use the new 'filter-lto' from flag-o-matic.eclass as it's likely to be unsafe with LTO (VALID FOR lto-type-mismatch - odr).
- Fix it yourself if interested, of course (VALID FOR ALL).
- Append-flags -fno-strict-aliasing (VALID FOR strict-aliasing).
- Use memcpy() but a union is sometimes suitable too (VALID FOR strict-aliasing).
- -fstrict-aliasing is implied by -O2, so this must be addressed in some form (VALID FOR strict-aliasing).
See also: https://marc.info/?l=gentoo-dev&m=165639574126280&w=2
Created attachment 829947 [details]
build log and emerge --info (compressed because it exceeds attachment limit, use 'xzless' to read it)
Error(s) that match a know pattern:
sed: can't read /var/tmp/portage/sys-libs/glibc-2.36-r5/work/build-x86-x86_64-pc-linux-gnu-nptl/csu/32/crtn.o.dt: No such file or directory
sh: line 1: echo: write error: Broken pipe
(In reply to Agostino Sarubbo from comment #2)
> Error(s) that match a know pattern:
> FAIL: math/test-float-j1
> FAIL: math/test-float-y0
> FAIL: math/test-float-y1
> FAIL: math/test-float32-j1
> FAIL: math/test-float32-y0
> FAIL: math/test-float32-y1
> FAIL: misc/tst-bz21269
> FAIL: string/tst-wcsncmp-rtm
> sed: can't read
> nptl/csu/32/crtn.o.dt: No such file or directory
> sh: line 1: echo: write error: Broken pipe
Given that glibc uses filter-flags and thus drops anything LTO-related, this feels fishy.
Can't do anything without more details though (corresponding .out files from math/ directory)