Error compiling CRtools-0.1..

Muralidhar, Rajeev D rajeev.d.muralidhar at intel.com
Thu Aug 30 07:15:35 UTC 2012


OK I could fix all compilation issues by moving to a x86_64 OS and having the following packages (it would be good to update the wiki page, I can provide the detailed steps I had to take to the owner, pls let me know)

			§ Sudo apt-get install libprotobuf-dev
			§ Sudo apt-get install libprotoc-dev
			§ sudo apt-get install protobuf-c-compiler
			§ sudo apt-get install libprotobuf-c0
			§ sudo apt-get install libprotobuf-c0-dev

Now, when trying to test crtools, I get the following error:

$ ./crtools check
Error (sk-unix.c: 283): Can't stat socket 12547 (./var/run/sdp): Bad file descriptor

And a whole bunch of such errors.

What might the problem be? Am I missing some netlink library? I have installed libnetlink, libnl, libnl-dev.

Thanks
Rajeev

-----Original Message-----
From: Muralidhar, Rajeev D 
Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2012 4:40 PM
To: Muralidhar, Rajeev D; Serge Hallyn
Cc: containers at lists.linux-foundation.org
Subject: Error compiling CRtools-0.1..

OK it seems like one error was that 

#include "restorer.h" 

Was missing from syscall-common-x86-64., which has the definition of rcx.

Now I can proceed one step further in compilation, but I get these errors:

In file included from ./include/types.h:7,
                 from ./include/restorer.h:8,
                 from syscall-common-x86-64.S:2,
                 from syscall-x86-64.S:3:
./include/bitops.h:50:3: error: #error x86-32 is not implemented yet In file included from ./include/restorer.h:8,
                 from syscall-common-x86-64.S:2,
                 from syscall-x86-64.S:3:
./include/types.h:180:3: error: #error x86-32 bit mode not yet implemented In file included from ./include/syscall.h:4,
                 from ./include/lock.h:11,
                 from ./include/restorer.h:10,
                 from syscall-common-x86-64.S:2,
                 from syscall-x86-64.S:3:
./include/syscall-types.h:17:3: error: #error x86-32 bit mode not yet implemented In file included from syscall-common-x86-64.S:2,
                 from syscall-x86-64.S:3:
./include/restorer.h:20:3: error: #error Only x86-64 is supported

I have a Core i5 laptop, running Ubuntu 10.04. uname -m shows "i686". 

Does this mean that CR tools will run only on x86_64, but will never work on 32-bit systems? (Isnt Intel x86_64 is backward compatible with 32-bit?)

Thanks for your help in advance. 
Rajeev


-----Original Message-----
From: containers-bounces at lists.linux-foundation.org [mailto:containers-bounces at lists.linux-foundation.org] On Behalf Of Muralidhar, Rajeev D
Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2012 2:12 PM
To: Serge Hallyn
Cc: containers at lists.linux-foundation.org
Subject: RE: Linux C/R: VNC server/Xterm checkpoint/recovery

I forgot to mention that I am doing on this on a Ubuntu 10.04, and uname -a shows "i686"

Thanks
Rajeev


-----Original Message-----
From: Muralidhar, Rajeev D
Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2012 1:56 PM
To: Serge Hallyn
Cc: containers at lists.linux-foundation.org; Muralidhar, Rajeev D
Subject: RE: Linux C/R: VNC server/Xterm checkpoint/recovery

Hi all,

I got started with the information on http://criu.org/Main_Page 

I installed the linux-cr.git tree, compiled & have that ready. 

For CR-tools, I got all the required packages, but I am not able to compile crtools. This is the error I am seeing. Can someone pls let me know why I am getting this error?

rdmurali at ubuntu:~/Linux-CR/crtools$ make
  PROTOBUF inventory.pb-c.c
  CC       inventory.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF fdinfo.pb-c.c
  CC       fdinfo.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF fown.pb-c.c
  CC       fown.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF regfile.pb-c.c
  CC       regfile.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF ghost-file.pb-c.c
  CC       ghost-file.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF fifo.pb-c.c
  CC       fifo.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF remap-file-path.pb-c.c
  CC       remap-file-path.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF eventfd.pb-c.c
  CC       eventfd.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF eventpoll.pb-c.c
  CC       eventpoll.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF fh.pb-c.c
  CC       fh.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF inotify.pb-c.c
  CC       inotify.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF signalfd.pb-c.c
  CC       signalfd.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF fs.pb-c.c
  CC       fs.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF pstree.pb-c.c
  CC       pstree.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF pipe.pb-c.c
  CC       pipe.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF tcp-stream.pb-c.c
  CC       tcp-stream.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF sk-packet.pb-c.c
  CC       sk-packet.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF mnt.pb-c.c
  CC       mnt.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF pipe-data.pb-c.c
  CC       pipe-data.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF sa.pb-c.c
  CC       sa.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF itimer.pb-c.c
  CC       itimer.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF mm.pb-c.c
  CC       mm.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF sk-opts.pb-c.c
  CC       sk-opts.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF sk-unix.pb-c.c
  CC       sk-unix.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF sk-inet.pb-c.c
  CC       sk-inet.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF packet-sock.pb-c.c
  CC       packet-sock.pb-c.o
packet-sock.pb-c.c: In function 'packet_sock_entry__init':
packet-sock.pb-c.c:98: warning: this decimal constant is unsigned only in ISO C90
packet-sock.pb-c.c: At top level:
packet-sock.pb-c.c:318: warning: this decimal constant is unsigned only in ISO C90
  PROTOBUF ipc-var.pb-c.c
  CC       ipc-var.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF ipc-desc.pb-c.c
  CC       ipc-desc.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF ipc-shm.pb-c.c
  CC       ipc-shm.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF ipc-msg.pb-c.c
  CC       ipc-msg.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF ipc-sem.pb-c.c
  CC       ipc-sem.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF utsns.pb-c.c
  CC       utsns.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF creds.pb-c.c
  CC       creds.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF vma.pb-c.c
  CC       vma.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF core.pb-c.c
  CC       core.pb-c.o
  PROTOBUF netdev.pb-c.c
  CC       netdev.pb-c.o
  LINK     protobuf-lib.o
  GEN      syscall-x86-64.S
  CC       syscall-x86-64.o
syscall-common-x86-64.S: Assembler messages:
syscall-common-x86-64.S:13: Error: bad register name `%rcx'
make[1]: *** [syscall-x86-64.o] Error 1
make: *** [pie] Error 2


thanks
Rajeev

-----Original Message-----
From: Serge Hallyn [mailto:serge.hallyn at canonical.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2012 3:04 AM
To: Muralidhar, Rajeev D
Cc: containers at lists.linux-foundation.org
Subject: Re: Linux C/R: VNC server/Xterm checkpoint/recovery

See http://criu.org/Main_Page

Quoting Muralidhar, Rajeev D (rajeev.d.muralidhar at intel.com):
> Hi,
> 
> Any help on this? 
> 
> Thanks
> Rajeev
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: containers-bounces at lists.linux-foundation.org 
> [mailto:containers-bounces at lists.linux-foundation.org] On Behalf Of 
> Muralidhar, Rajeev D
> Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 4:00 PM
> To: containers at lists.linux-foundation.org
> Subject: Linux C/R: VNC server/Xterm checkpoint/recovery
> 
> HI all,
> 
> I am a newbie to Linux C/R. Can someone please tell me if I can checkpoint and restart VNC sessions with Linux C/R? what is the easiest way to test this out? Also, if the VNC session was running Xterms, will they be restored with Linux C/R? 
> 
> Thanks,
> Rajeev
> 
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