Help with segmentation fault
10/02/2019 14:54
I'm pretty new to Solaris but have used Linux for a while. I installed Sun One directory server 5.1 SP1 and the directory service starts and works fine. The admin server however does not. When I attempt to run ns-httpd I get a segfault and a core file. I've used pstack on the core file but I don't understand the output much. Here it is if anyone is interested: # pstack core core 'core' of 21328: ./ns-httpd febdbe34 mutex_unlock (213b0, 7637c, 1, ff0915d8, ff3e2628, fea8d012) + 20 feac1cb0 _morecore (0, feb3800c, feb3e814, feb3e894, feb3e890, 50) + 24 feac15d8 _malloc_unlocked (40, 0, feb3800c, 40, 0, 0) + 1f8 feac13c4 malloc (40, 14c8c, 0, 0, 0, 0) + 20 fec354b4 __1c2n6FI_pv_ (40, fec4a118, fec35574, fec4a6c4, 0, 0) + 2c ff2c2ef4 __1cDstdGlocaleEinit6F_v_ (3000, 3250, febee000, ff349bc8, 0, 0) + 15c ff2d70a0 __1cDstdPbasic_streambuf4Ccn0ALchar_traits4Cc___2t5B6M_v_ (ff349bc0, 527ec, 0, 0, 0, 0) + 5c ff2d192c __1cDstdNbasic_filebuf4Ccn0ALchar_traits4Cc___2t6Mi_v_ (ff349bc0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0) + 18 ff2bd38c __1cDstdIios_baseEInit2t5B6M_v_ (ffbef84f, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0) + 50 ff2bde64 __SUNW_init_iostreams (ff2bde58, fec4a87c, 0, fec4a118, 0, 0) + c fec37cb0 __1cH__CimplKcplus_init6F_v_ (ff335074, fec4a884, 1, 4, ffffffff, ff3bd330) + 90 fe8a4258 _init (0, ff3e2628, 1, ff3e2628, 0, 0) + 40 ff3ba8d4 call_init (fe8a4218, 0, ff3e21f0, ff3e2628, 20000000, 400000) + 158 ff3ba64c setup (ff3e2000, 1000, ff3e20d0, ff3e3b34, ff3e2030, ff3e2628) + 688 ff3c3f3c _setup (d4, ff3e2628, ff3e3b34, 5, 100d4, 0) + 8b0 ff3b2868 _rt_boot (0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0) + 88 00000000 ???????? (0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0) Here's some additional information: # uname -a SunOS unknown 5.8 Generic_108528-07 sun4u sparc SUNW,Ultra-1 I can provide any additional information if required. I've been google seaching around and haven't found much related. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

thanks, Aaron

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10/02/2019 14:54 - Aaron Anderson wrote: Be *very* careful you get the correct images to flash with. We have a very famous boat anchor (used to be an Ultra 20) in this NG ;-)

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10/02/2019 14:54 - Aaron Anderson <nothing@nothing.com> wrote: [...] Try putting on the latest Solaris 8 recommended patch cluster from http://sunsolve.sun.com/ and trying again. It looks like you're probably hitting bug 4433015, which was fixed in patch 108827-11.

Applying the full recommended cluster would be prefered to just this one patch as you're a _long_ way behind with other bug fixes...

Scott

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