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RE: RXVT+Bash cores with 2006-03-15 snapshot

On 17 March 2006 18:33, Jerry D. Hedden wrote:

> Below are the stackdump and cygcheck output.  (I tried to send them as
> attachments, but the email got bounced by virus checkers.  I have no
> idea why as they were both just text files.)

  Because any file with two dots in the name looks to a virus checker like an
attempt to fool someone with the old 'read_me.txt.exe' trick, most likely.

  Particularly given that one of the 'extensions' on the stackdump file is,
indeed, going to have been '.exe'!

> Exception: STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION at eip=610DBC4C
> eax=6955E559 ebx=6111E559 ecx=00000009 edx=00685750 esi=48544150
> edi=00000000
> ebp=0022DAC8 esp=0022DAB8 program=E:\cygwin\bin\bash.exe, pid 2936,
> thread main
> cs=001B ds=0023 es=0023 fs=0038 gs=0000 ss=0023
> Stack trace:
> Frame     Function  Args
> 0022DAC8  610DBC4C  (48544150, 6111E559, 0000000A, 0022DBB8)
> 0022DAF8  61013955  (0022DB62, 0022DB00, 0022DCA8, 61051F28)
> 0022DB08  610139A1  (6111E559, 77FD0348, 77F88DD6, 610F80A4)
> 0022DCA8  61051F28  (00000230, 00000234, 00000000, 00000000)
> 0022DCD8  6104B0CC  (0022DD00, 0022DCE0, 00000000, 610170B7)
> 0022DE58  6104C1A8  (00000001, 0022DE78, 0022DE74, 00000001)
> 0022DE88  61090615  (00000000, 00000000, 0022DECC, 00000000)
> 0022DF78  004253CA  (00689C98, 00000000, 0022DF98, 610951CB)
> 0022E058  004298BB  (00000000, 00000000, 00000000, 00685C0F)
> 0022E078  00429FA4  (00000000, 00000000, 00000000, 00685BE0)
> 0022E0A8  0042A8AF  (00685C0F, 00000000, 006899F0, 0043E6C7)
> 0022E0E8  00421BBF  (0042A840, 00685BE0, 0022E108, 004191F4)
> 0022E128  00421EE0  (006899F0, 006898B0, 00685BB8, 61055877)
> 0022E188  0042AD66  (006887F8, 00000000, 00685B88, 00000000)
> 0022E228  00410CAA  (00689898, 00000000, FFFFFFFF, FFFFFFFF)
> 0022E258  00412BE0  (00689898, 00689628, 0022E2A8, 0040F837)

  FYI, what you do with these things is run addr2line to convert the addresses
in the 'function' column into real addresses.  See the binutils man page for
more info.

Can't think of a witty .sigline today....

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