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Corinna Vinschen corinna-cygwin@cygwin.com
Fri May 25 15:27:00 GMT 2012


On May 25 15:18, Denis Excoffier wrote:
> On Fri, May 25, 2012 at 02:54:14PM +0200, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> >> On May 25 14:17, Denis Excoffier wrote:
> >> >    97    6945 [main] date 3440 pinfo::thisproc: myself dwProcessId 3440
> >> >    76    7021 [main] date 3440 time: 1337945628 = time(0)
> >> > --- Process 3440, exception C0000005 at 610DDC3C
> >> >  1343    8364 [main] date 3440 exception::handle: In cygwin_except_handler exception 0xC0000005 at 0x610DDC3C sp 0x2127F0
> >> >    92    8456 [main] date 3440 exception::handle: In cygwin_except_handler signal 11 at 0x610DDC3C
> >> >    86    8542 [main] date 3440 exception::handle: In cygwin_except_handler calling 0x0
> >> >   320    8862 [main] date 3440 D:\Home\dexcoff1\dexcoff1\cyg12e\bin\date.exe: *** fatal error - internal error reading the windows environment - too many environment variables?
> >> 
> >> Grr.  The fault handler covers the actual problem.  I'm going to send
> >> you the URL to a test DLL in a minute via PM, if you don't mind.  It has
> >> the fault handler removed, so instead of the "internal error reading the
> >> windows environment" error you should see a "real" SEGV, and the crash
> >> should hopefully produce a more valid stacktrace.  That's what I'd be
> >> interested in.
> 
> Here are the results:
> 
> % /usr/bin/strace -o date.trace2 /usr/bin/date
>    8972 [main] date 716 exception::handle: Exception: STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION
>   10607 [main] date 716 open_stackdumpfile: Dumping stack trace to date.exe.stackdump
> % cat date.exe.stackdump
> Exception: STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION at eip=610E4BB1
> eax=000E000C ebx=611FDA9A ecx=00000020 edx=0022AAC4 esi=60FD0000 edi=61006582
> ebp=00212978 esp=002128F0 program=D:\Home\dexcoff1\dexcoff1\cyg12e\bin\date.exe, pid 716, thread main
> cs=001B ds=0023 es=0023 fs=003B gs=0000 ss=0023
> Stack trace:
> Frame     Function  Args
> 00212978  610E4BB1  (00222A91, 611F7FCF, 0022AAC4, 002229F0)
> 00222A28  610E9092  (611AEA40, 00222A50, 611F8280, 611F7FB8)
> 0022AA68  610E9270  (611AEA40, 00000040, 611F8280, 611F7FB8)
> 0022AAA8  610E9421  (611AEA40, 00000040, 611F8280, 611F7FB8)
> 0022AB08  610C7090  (0022ABE0, 0000074C, 00020019, 0022AB54)
> 0022AB38  610C6E5A  (0022ABE0, 0000074C, 00020019, 611F7FA6)

Bzz.  Thank you.  One of the debug output statements was broken.
A struct was given to the debug_printf function by value, but the
function expects a pointer.  Should be fixed now in CVS.


Thanks,
Corinna

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