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On 2012/10/15 18:59:15, Sebastien Paolacci wrote:
LGTM. I can't think I've never thought about that one, nor observed
any crash (and I'm having long running processes..)
Probability of the crash is highly dependent on type of work you do.
E.g. if you have periodic GCs, then the scavenger won't trigger any GCs,
I think that's your case. If your program may not trigger GC for several
minutes then the crash can happen. If your program trigger GCs very
episodically and you call ReadMemStats frequently, then it will crash on
a daily basis.



, but the deadlock
detection logic was definitely wrong by not expecting that the
scavenger could block (/unblock) other goroutines.
Thanks.
Sebastien
On Mon, Oct 15, 2012 at 1:22 PM, wrote:
I do not want to touch the deadlock detection logic, so I moved GC
from


https://codereview.appspot.com/6682050/

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