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Re: svn segfault when using svn+ssh schema
On 08/01/2017 20:45, David Rothenberger wrote:
On 1/8/2017 6:12 AM, Sam Edge wrote:
I've attached cygcheck & the segfault stackdump.
I'm at a loss. Any ideas?
[Cygwin subversion maintainer here.]
Sorry, I have no further ideas. svn+ssh is working fine for me here
using both Cygwin and Debian as the server. Debian is running Subversion
I personally lack the technical skills to decode the stack trace. Maybe
someone else can. Alternatively, you could theoretically download the
The script at  shows how to do this. Unfortunately...
$ stackdump2backtrace svn.stackdump
0x0000000180053d3f dll_list::populate_deps(dll*) dll_init.cc:271
0x0000000180053f9a dll_list::topsort() dll_init.cc:309
0x00000001800ab62d fork fork.cc:597
0x000000018011882b xc sigfe.s:43
0x00000003fa778644 xc ??:0
0x00000003ed275773 xc ??:0
0x00000003ed275e3d xc ??:0
0x00000003ed2d41f4 xc ??:0
0x00000003ed40fc0f xc ??:0
0x00000003ed41079e xc ??:0
0x00000003ed3f2d59 xc ??:0
0x00000003ed3f3320 xc ??:0
0x000000010040b9f9 svn_cl__list list-cmd.c:387
0x00000001004178fd sub_main svn.c:3042
0x000000010041b755 main svn.c:3126
0x0000000180047902 dll_crt0_1(void*) dcrt0.cc:1018
... this is a crash in the cygwin DLL.
Also unfortunately, the stackdump doesn't record the DLLs loaded and
their bases addresses, so we can only guess which one ended up at
subversion debug package and reproduce the error in gdb to get a
backtrace. Again, my C/gdb skills are rusty, so I can't provide any
details about how to do that.
So see also  and note well the point about 'set cygwin-exceptions on'
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