CVS setup.exe crashes on Windows 2003 Server x64
Sat Dec 16 01:13:00 GMT 2006
On 15 December 2006 21:08, Thrall, Bryan wrote:
> I'm seeing setup.exe built from CVS head crash on Windows 2003 Server
> x64 (Standard version, SP 1).
> Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
> 0x004eb157 in AllocateAndInitializeSid@44 ()
> (gdb) bt
> #0 0x004eb157 in AllocateAndInitializeSid@44 ()
> #1 0x0043d8f8 in NTSecurity::initialiseEveryOneSID (this=0x23f780)
> at main.cc:269
> #2 0x0043daca in NTSecurity::setDefaultDACL (this=0x23f780) at
> #3 0x0043e1ec in NTSecurity::setDefaultSecurity (this=0x23f780) at
> #4 0x0043ed33 in set_default_sec () at main.cc:237
> #5 0x0043f3a2 in WinMain (h=0x400000, hPrevInstance=0x0,
> command_line=0xe0245d "", cmd_show=10) at main.cc:482
> #6 0x00499238 in main (argc=1, argv=0x346b8, __p__environ=0x33090)
> at ../../runtime/main.c:73
> After a little debugging, it looks like the this pointer is getting
> corrupted between frames 1 and 0 (it is valid in frame 1 and invalid --
> 0x105 IIRC -- in frame 0).
Frame 0 is not a C++ member function so you wouldn't expect it to have a
> Any suggestions on what might be going wrong? Can anyone else reproduce
Don't have 64bits or 2k3 but I'll see how win2k likes it.
Can't think of a witty .sigline today....
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