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Re: pgadmin3-1.6.1 - Bus Error (core dumped)

From: Dhanaraj M <Dhanaraj(dot)M(at)Sun(dot)COM>
To: Dave Page <dpage(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Cc: Zdenek(dot)Kotala(at)Sun(dot)COM, pgadmin-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: pgadmin3-1.6.1 - Bus Error (core dumped)
Date: 2006-12-11 15:18:54
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Hi Dave,

I found one more core dump.

I tested (pgadmin3-1.6.1 and wxWidgets-2.8.0-rc1/rc3) in Solaris-10 - x86.
For both Sun studio/GCC compilers,
File -> Add server.  core dumped
I attach the trace file.

 fed8c3a6 gtk_tree_model_get_valist (fec7f8d4, 9004408, 0) + 12d
 ffffffff ???????? (9004408, 0, 936c208, fe1d4c01, 9004408, 0)
 fe1d4bb0 g_cclosure_marshal_VOID__VOID ()

However, both the problem do not occur in Solaris-11. Any idea??
I am really sorry not sending trace file, because  debug enabled build 
did not give any extra details.


Dave Page wrote:

> Dhanaraj M wrote:
>> Hi Dave
>> I tested (pgadmin3-1.6.1 and wxWidgets-2.8.0-rc1) in Solaris.
>> The following are my observations:
>> 1. Solaris -NV (not yet released) - works without any problem
>> 2. Soalris -10  -  Bus Error (core dumped) core dumped when closing 
>> the query tool
>>                          ( step - exceuting query, close query tool
>>                                      or
>>                                    - open, close query tool)
>> When compiled using GCC/Sun Studio compilers, I see the same bug. I 
>> attach the stack trace here.
>> Do you have any idea?
> Looks like it's crashing in roughly the same place as last time we 
> spoke - you were going to get me a stack trace from a debug enabled 
> build then which I never received. Can you do one now please?
> Regards, Dave

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