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CVS Segmentation fault filling /tmp


From: Alex Forsyth
Subject: CVS Segmentation fault filling /tmp
Date: Mon, 7 Mar 2005 11:23:44 -0700

Hi:

Using CVS 1.11.17 running as a pserver on UNIX AIX 5.1 we had a core dump of 
the CVS server when accessing with wincvs 1.3. Here is a core dump showing the 
routine causing the segmentation fault.  We have not had a problem with the 
most recent version of tortoise but wincvs seems to be having
several problems.  Another problem is that the core files are ending up in /tmp 
which causes OS problems when full.  Is this configurable to put the core 
somewhere else?

Thanks, Alex.

Alex Forsyth
TELUS National Systems
Office: 604-432-2185
Cell:   604-816-2748


address@hidden:/tmp/cvs-serv93576> dbx /usr/local/bin/cvs core
Type 'help' for help.
reading symbolic information ...warning: no source compiled with -g

[using memory image in core]

Segmentation fault in expand_catname at 0xd01f4e54 ($t1)
0xd01f4e54 (expand_catname+0x1c) 9421f780       stwu   r1,-2176(r1)
(dbx) where
expand_catname(0xf00587b0, 0x1, 0x2df23258) at 0xd01f4e54
catopen(??, ??) at 0xd01f5d24
__assert(??, ??, ??) at 0xd02767b0
stdio_buffer_shutdown(0x20234538) at 0x10029bdc
buf_shutdown(0x20234538) at 0x1002a398
server_cleanup(0x0) at 0x10026674
error_exit() at 0x100079d0
error(0x1, 0x0, 0x20000aa4, 0x200007c8, 0x10019e74, 0xd032, 0x6205400, 
0x2ff3aeb8) at 0x10007ddc
main_cleanup(0x6) at 0x100013a4
SIG_handle(0x6) at 0x10019eb4
abort() at 0xd01f23b4
__assert(??, ??, ??) at 0xd02769b4
stdio_buffer_shutdown(0x20234538) at 0x10029bdc
buf_shutdown(0x20234538) at 0x1002a398
server_cleanup(0x0) at 0x10026674
error_exit() at 0x100079d0
error(0x1, 0x0, 0x20000aa4, 0x200007c8, 0x10019e74, 0xd032, 0x6205400, 
0x2ff3aeb8) at 0x10007ddc
main_cleanup(0x6) at 0x100013a4
SIG_handle(0x6) at 0x10019eb4
abort() at 0xd01f23b4
__assert(??, ??, ??) at 0xd02769b4



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