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jobjc_mapObjects() collision #1401

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cyberduck opened this issue Dec 7, 2007 · 7 comments
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jobjc_mapObjects() collision #1401

cyberduck opened this issue Dec 7, 2007 · 7 comments

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 7, 2007

f36624b created the issue

Cyberduck quits after uploads start, using Mac OSX Leopard 10.5, it has always worked up till now! Any issues with Leopard? Have most recent version I believe.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 10, 2007

GREENSKiN commented

Same here. Happens semi-randomly. Console reports:

12/10/07 11:46:59 AM Cyberduck[95868] jobjc_mapObjects() collision, objc object 141e30 of type (NSCFTimer) being entered for Java object of class (com/apple/cocoa/foundation/NSTimer) in entry 1cddd090 
12/10/07 11:46:59 AM Cyberduck[95868] existing java object's class is (com/apple/cocoa/foundation/NSTimer) 
12/10/07 11:46:59 AM Cyberduck[95868] no corresponding java entry! (did it get collected?) 
12/10/07 11:46:59 AM [0x0-0x396396].ch.sudo.cyberduck[95868] ObjCJava FATAL: 
12/10/07 11:46:59 AM [0x0-0x396396].ch.sudo.cyberduck[95868] jobjc_mapObjects(): mapping inconsistency -- hashtable entries are not identical 
12/10/07 11:46:59 AM [0x0-0x396396].ch.sudo.cyberduck[95868] ObjCJava Exit 
12/10/07 11:46:59 AM com.apple.launchd[75] ([0x0-0x396396].ch.sudo.cyberduck[95868]) Exited with exit code: 255 

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 11, 2007

@dkocher commented

Please let me know if running the latest nightly build from http://update.cyberduck.ch/nightly/ does any good.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 13, 2007

prpghandi commented

I just installed the latest nightly (3348) and it's just quitting on me randomly. I can't seem to find any pattern either. Here's my console report.

12/13/07 3:16:05 PM Cyberduck[7010] jobjc_mapObjects() collision, objc object 13fb80 of type (NSCFTimer) being entered for Java object of class (com/apple/cocoa/foundation/NSTimer) in entry 1b2ab240 
12/13/07 3:16:05 PM Cyberduck[7010] existing java object's class is (com/apple/cocoa/foundation/NSTimer) 
12/13/07 3:16:05 PM Cyberduck[7010] no corresponding java entry! (did it get collected?) 
12/13/07 3:16:05 PM [0x0-0x4aa4aa].ch.sudo.cyberduck[7010] ObjCJava FATAL: 
12/13/07 3:16:05 PM [0x0-0x4aa4aa].ch.sudo.cyberduck[7010] jobjc_mapObjects(): mapping inconsistency -- hashtable entries are not identical 
12/13/07 3:16:05 PM [0x0-0x4aa4aa].ch.sudo.cyberduck[7010] ObjCJava Exit 
12/13/07 3:16:05 PM com.apple.launchd[70] ([0x0-0x4aa4aa].ch.sudo.cyberduck[7010]) Exited with exit code: 255 

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 17, 2007

GREENSKiN commented

Yes, still happens with the latest nightly (3353). Same console output:

12/17/07 9:52:53 PM Cyberduck[1579] jobjc_mapObjects() collision, objc object 141bb0 of type (NSCFTimer) being entered for Java object of class (com/apple/cocoa/foundation/NSTimer) in entry 1be6a440 
12/17/07 9:52:53 PM Cyberduck[1579] existing java object's class is (com/apple/cocoa/foundation/NSTimer) 
12/17/07 9:52:53 PM Cyberduck[1579] no corresponding java entry! (did it get collected?) 
12/17/07 9:52:53 PM [0x0-0x5e05e].ch.sudo.cyberduck[1579] ObjCJava FATAL: 
12/17/07 9:52:53 PM [0x0-0x5e05e].ch.sudo.cyberduck[1579] jobjc_mapObjects(): mapping inconsistency -- hashtable entries are not identical 
12/17/07 9:52:53 PM [0x0-0x5e05e].ch.sudo.cyberduck[1579] ObjCJava Exit 
12/17/07 9:52:53 PM com.apple.launchd[94] ([0x0-0x5e05e].ch.sudo.cyberduck[1579]) Exited with exit code: 255

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 22, 2007

e96b063 commented

I have the same issue as well using the latest nightly build I installed today and also using leopard. Cyberduck disapeers within minutes if I upload two folders with numerous files simultaneously.

However if i only upload 1 folder at a time, it doesn't disappear. But... after a few minutes of uploading the "transfers" window shows the transfer as being "incomplete" and I need to run the "resume" function to get it to upload again.

Today I was uploading a folder with hundreds of files, and literally needed to run the "resume" feature about 20-30 times. I get no timeout errors, I get no errors at all. The "Transfer" of the folder just changes from "uploading" to "incomplete" with no messages or warnings.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 22, 2007

e96b063 commented

Forgot to mention I also see similar errors in the console that "Greenskin" posted. And I can make cyberduck disappear on command, just by trying to upload more then 1 folder at time to the same ftp server.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 29, 2007

@dkocher commented

Issues like this should be resolved by a refactored access to non-thread safe method calls in the Cocoa Framework. In d223daa.

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