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

From: Dave Page <dpage(at)postgresql(dot)org>
To: Dhanaraj M <Dhanaraj(dot)M(at)sun(dot)com>
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 15:31:55
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Dhanaraj M wrote:
> 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??

No idea - though it does seem that it's probably something other than 
pgAdmin at fault if it works fine on Solaris 11, but not 10. In this 
case the crash is obviously in GTK. Unfortunately I've been unable to 
get Solaris 10 to run in an even remotely stable way on VMWare to test with.

One possibility you might consider - when I first worked on getting 1.4 
to build and run properly on Solaris, the wxWidgets guys seemed to think 
that the same compiler should be used for GTK, wxWidgets and pgAdmin. Do 
you know if this is the case, or could possibly be the cause of problems?

 > I am really sorry not sending trace file, because  debug enabled build
 > did not give any extra details.

Hmm, that's surprising. Oh well :-(. Can you get any more info by 
examining the various variables in the nearest pgAdmin code on the stack 
using GDB? Anything look like garbage?

Regards, Dave

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