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Re: help: dumper 1.10 not giving expected stack trace in gdb
On Tue, Dec 30, 2003 at 10:23:57PM -0500, Robert Baruch wrote:
>Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
>>If I'm reading the code correctly, the stackdump file is generated from
>>the failed thread. The core file contains the information about all
>>threads, with no info on what the current (failed) one is. So, try
>>running 'info threads' in gdb, and then switch to each thread using
>>'thread N' until you find the one that crashed.
>Thanks for the reply. I checked the trace on all threads, but no thread
>showed the expected trace (as shown below). Any ideas on how to further
>solve this problem? I'm also attaching the output of cygcheck -s, in
>case that holds a clue.
The core dump occurred in a function which does not have a frame pointer.
This screws up stack dumps on x86 systems. There isn't really much that
you can do about this.
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