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We're seeing uses of the ioctl FIONREAD, which was blocked along with the rest of the tty and generic ioctls in bug 1405891, apparently from libgio (part of glib). I'm not entirely sure why, but one of the uses in the glibc source involves inotify, so if we can't find out the root cause we may want to revisit this after bug 1408497. FIONREAD seems relatively harmless, so we could just allow it.
Crash Signature: [@ libc-2.19.so@0xf11e7 ] [@ libc-2.19.so@0xe11c7 ] [@ libc-2.19.so@0xf4e67 ] → [@ libc-2.19.so@0xf11e7 ] [@ libc-2.19.so@0xe11c7 ] [@ libc-2.19.so@0xf4e67 ] [@ libc-2.20.so@0xed557 ]
Yes, it's inotify. From bp-757f5e48-d892-4a1c-9d5a-7359d0171013: $ addr2line -Cfie /usr/lib/debug/.build-id/ad/d7fa14e4cf429a1e3708e18efe45f1bab31047.debug 0xf36d9 ik_source_check /build/buildd/glib2.0-2.40.2/./gio/inotify/inotify-kernel.c:123
Comment on attachment 8918478 [details] Bug 1408498 - Allow FIONREAD in sandboxed content processes, for libgio. https://reviewboard.mozilla.org/r/189326/#review194896
Attachment #8918478 - Flags: review?(gpascutto) → review+
Pushed by email@example.com: https://hg.mozilla.org/integration/autoland/rev/17d6725388ef Allow FIONREAD in sandboxed content processes, for libgio. r=gcp
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