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11:50:35  <joyee>Hi, is there a way to see the crash log when a test crashes on the CI? specifically the Windows CI
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16:40:04  <Trott>Ran `rm /home/iojs/build/workspace/node-test-binary-arm/.git/index.lock` on test-requireio_securogroup-debian7-arm_pi1p-2. Looks like a bunch of other Raspberry Pi devices might need that too.
16:40:59  <Trott>Just ran it on test-requireio_ceejbot-debian7-arm_pi1p-1 too.
16:41:34  <Trott>test-requireio_securogroup-debian7-arm_pi1p-1 too
16:42:13  <Trott>test-requireio_bengl-debian7-arm_pi1p-2
16:42:39  <Trott>You get the idea. For whatever reason, there's a stale `.git/index.lock` on a bunch of Raspberry Pi devices. I'm removing them as I find them. No idea what caused them. rvagg
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17:13:51  <Trott>Seems to be some NFS shenanigans going on with the Raspberry Pi devices. rvagg
17:13:55  <Trott>https://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/0pCSUWLW/
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17:49:48  <Trott>And now it's all green again. So the NFS stuff was either transient or self-healing or someone did something and didn't mention it. :-D
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19:06:16  <gabrielschulhof>Hey, all! Does the CI have a debugger installed? Looking specifically at https://ci.nodejs.org/job/node-test-node-addon-api/102/MACHINE=smartos14-64/console where I'm trying to track down a SIGABRT.
19:06:39  <gabrielschulhof>... by running gdb -x gdb.cmds from the package.json "test" script.
19:15:53  <gabrielschulhof>I also tried with lldb -S gdb.cmds and lldb is also absent.
19:16:54  <gabrielschulhof>Is there a way of producing a stack trace?
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