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png: invalid format: not enough pixel data on reprocessing #4404

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bep opened this Issue Feb 13, 2018 · 0 comments

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bep commented Feb 13, 2018

There is some kind of race issue going on. With many images, doing this:

{{ with $img }}
{{ $big := .Fill "1024x512 top" }}
{{ $small := $big.Resize "512x" }}

Sometimes fails.

Doing this works without error:

{{ with $img }}
{{ $big := .Fill "1024x512 top" }}
{{ $small := .Fill "512x256 top" }}

@bep bep added the Bug label Feb 13, 2018

@bep bep self-assigned this Feb 13, 2018

@bep bep added this to the v0.37 milestone Feb 13, 2018

bep added a commit to bep/hugo that referenced this issue Feb 14, 2018

resource: Fix multi-threaded image processing issue
When doing something like this with the same image from a partial used in, say, both the home page and the single page:

```bash
{{ with $img }}
{{ $big := .Fill "1024x512 top" }}
{{ $small := $big.Resize "512x" }}
{{ end }}
```

There would be timing issues making Hugo in some cases try to process the same image with the same instructions in parallel.

You would experience errors of type:

```bash
png: invalid format: not enough pixel data
```

This commit works around that by adding a mutex per image. This should also improve the performance, sligthly, as it avoids duplicate work.

The current workaround before this fix is to always operate on the original:

```bash
{{ with $img }}
{{ $big := .Fill "1024x512 top" }}
{{ $small := .Fill "512x256 top" }}
{{ end }}
```

Fixes gohugoio#4404

bep added a commit to bep/hugo that referenced this issue Feb 14, 2018

resource: Fix multi-threaded image processing issue
When doing something like this with the same image from a partial used in, say, both the home page and the single page:

```bash
{{ with $img }}
{{ $big := .Fill "1024x512 top" }}
{{ $small := $big.Resize "512x" }}
{{ end }}
```

There would be timing issues making Hugo in some cases try to process the same image with the same instructions in parallel.

You would experience errors of type:

```bash
png: invalid format: not enough pixel data
```

This commit works around that by adding a mutex per image. This should also improve the performance, sligthly, as it avoids duplicate work.

The current workaround before this fix is to always operate on the original:

```bash
{{ with $img }}
{{ $big := .Fill "1024x512 top" }}
{{ $small := .Fill "512x256 top" }}
{{ end }}
```

Fixes gohugoio#4404

bep added a commit to bep/hugo that referenced this issue Feb 14, 2018

resource: Fix multi-threaded image processing issue
When doing something like this with the same image from a partial used in, say, both the home page and the single page:

```bash
{{ with $img }}
{{ $big := .Fill "1024x512 top" }}
{{ $small := $big.Resize "512x" }}
{{ end }}
```

There would be timing issues making Hugo in some cases try to process the same image with the same instructions in parallel.

You would experience errors of type:

```bash
png: invalid format: not enough pixel data
```

This commit works around that by adding a mutex per image. This should also improve the performance, sligthly, as it avoids duplicate work.

The current workaround before this fix is to always operate on the original:

```bash
{{ with $img }}
{{ $big := .Fill "1024x512 top" }}
{{ $small := .Fill "512x256 top" }}
{{ end }}
```

Fixes gohugoio#4404

bep added a commit to bep/hugo that referenced this issue Feb 14, 2018

resource: Fix multi-threaded image processing issue
When doing something like this with the same image from a partial used in, say, both the home page and the single page:

```bash
{{ with $img }}
{{ $big := .Fill "1024x512 top" }}
{{ $small := $big.Resize "512x" }}
{{ end }}
```

There would be timing issues making Hugo in some cases try to process the same image with the same instructions in parallel.

You would experience errors of type:

```bash
png: invalid format: not enough pixel data
```

This commit works around that by adding a mutex per image. This should also improve the performance, sligthly, as it avoids duplicate work.

The current workaround before this fix is to always operate on the original:

```bash
{{ with $img }}
{{ $big := .Fill "1024x512 top" }}
{{ $small := .Fill "512x256 top" }}
{{ end }}
```

Fixes gohugoio#4404

@bep bep modified the milestones: v0.37, v0.36.1 Feb 14, 2018

@bep bep closed this in #4409 Feb 14, 2018

bep added a commit that referenced this issue Feb 14, 2018

resource: Fix multi-threaded image processing issue
When doing something like this with the same image from a partial used in, say, both the home page and the single page:

```bash
{{ with $img }}
{{ $big := .Fill "1024x512 top" }}
{{ $small := $big.Resize "512x" }}
{{ end }}
```

There would be timing issues making Hugo in some cases try to process the same image with the same instructions in parallel.

You would experience errors of type:

```bash
png: invalid format: not enough pixel data
```

This commit works around that by adding a mutex per image. This should also improve the performance, sligthly, as it avoids duplicate work.

The current workaround before this fix is to always operate on the original:

```bash
{{ with $img }}
{{ $big := .Fill "1024x512 top" }}
{{ $small := .Fill "512x256 top" }}
{{ end }}
```

Fixes #4404

bep added a commit that referenced this issue Feb 15, 2018

resource: Fix multi-threaded image processing issue
When doing something like this with the same image from a partial used in, say, both the home page and the single page:

```bash
{{ with $img }}
{{ $big := .Fill "1024x512 top" }}
{{ $small := $big.Resize "512x" }}
{{ end }}
```

There would be timing issues making Hugo in some cases try to process the same image with the same instructions in parallel.

You would experience errors of type:

```bash
png: invalid format: not enough pixel data
```

This commit works around that by adding a mutex per image. This should also improve the performance, sligthly, as it avoids duplicate work.

The current workaround before this fix is to always operate on the original:

```bash
{{ with $img }}
{{ $big := .Fill "1024x512 top" }}
{{ $small := .Fill "512x256 top" }}
{{ end }}
```

Fixes #4404
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