This is the output:
panic: runtime error: invalid memory address or nil pointer dereference
[signal 0xb code=0x1 addr=0x0 pc=0x4939b]
goroutine 1 [syscall]:
Not more... It is today the first time I see this panic, and it happened 3
times in an hour. I have not seen it happening before, and I have run this
program for weeks continuously.
I can't reproduce it. It happens in a program that continually reads laser
distance sensor data via a USN serial adapter, so it doesn't make much
sense to post my sources somewhere because the program can't be run as is.
I'm a bit stressed because in a few days the robot I am developing
(controlled by Go software) will have to run unattended for almost two
weeks. All testing worked well up to these few panics today :( Maybe I can
intercept and handle the panic in some way, but since I can't reproduce it,
I can't really test the code I write to handle it...
The machine is running Go 1.1.1. Does 1.1.2 have fixes related to syscall
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