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Failure in Distributed with Boost 1.56 #1241

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sithhell opened this Issue Sep 1, 2014 · 4 comments

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sithhell commented Sep 1, 2014

When compiling HPX with Boost 1.56 we seem to run into a problem with boost::intrusive::set.
When running a application in distributed a race condition leading to the assert in hpx/util/merging_map.hpp line 944 being triggered. This assert doesn't occur when using Boost 1.55. The bug occurs during startup. All distributed application should be affected. The compiler used was gcc 4.8.

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Are you sure this is a problem with boost::intrusive::set? That would be most unfortunate!

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hkaiser commented Sep 1, 2014

Are you sure this is a problem with boost::intrusive::set? That would be most unfortunate!

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Are you sure this is a problem with boost::intrusive::set? That would be
most unfortunate!

Not sure exactly where this problem comes from. But it manifests itself in merging_map

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Are you sure this is a problem with boost::intrusive::set? That would be
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Not sure exactly where this problem comes from. But it manifests itself in merging_map

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This has been fixed by merging #1276.

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sithhell commented Sep 28, 2014

This has been fixed by merging #1276.

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