[jdev] Re: Re: [jadmin] Problem building jabber-1.4.4
im at powerdise.com
Sat Mar 24 09:37:02 CDT 2007
Don't know if the same thing happened again?
Allright, her goes:
Starting program: /jabber/bin/jabberd
20070320T22:46:05: [notice] (-internal): initializing server
Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x00000001 in ?? ()
#0 0x00000001 in ?? ()
#1 0x6fffffff in ?? ()
#2 0x00000098 in ?? ()
#3 0x0073bf18 in xdb_file_phandler (i=0x83f3128, p=0x84fb108,
#4 0x0050720f in deliver_instance (i=0x83f3128, p=0x84fb108) at
#5 0x00506903 in deliver (p=0x84fb108, i=0x83eff28) at deliver.c:483
#6 0x0050512f in xdb_deliver (i=0x83eff28, xc=0x8468510) at xdb.c:113
#7 0x005054e4 in xdb_get (xc=0x83f01c8, owner=0x8445d68,
ns=0x150359 "jabber:iq:auth") at xdb.c:218
#8 0x0013a777 in js_user (si=0x83f0170, id=0x8445c88, ht=0x8447638)
#9 0x00136a66 in _js_authreg_register (p=0x8445b60) at authreg.c:123 #10
0x0013773d in js_authreg (arg=0x8445b60) at authreg.c:157
#11 0x00504dc4 in mtq_main (arg=0x8447170) at mtq.c:153
#12 0x00117279 in pth_spawn_trampoline () from /usr/local/lib/libpth.so.20
#13 0x00d367a4 in makecontext () from /lib/i686/nosegneg/libc.so.6
#14 0x00000000 in ?? ()
Does it make sense to you?
On Tue, 2007-03-20 at 12:00 -0500, jdev-request at jabber.org wrote:
> Hi Lars!
> Your mail arrived, but I did not recognize it as a request, but
> considered it to be a report.
> Lars Sommer schrieb:
> > When i looked in the jabber.xml file, i found out that it was
> > to /jabber//usrblabla.. So i deleted my jabber folders, installed
> > jabber server again with --prefix/jabber (instead of
> > and now it doesent come with the long debug info as before,
> > unfortunately only with:
> > --------
> > Starting program: /jabber/bin/jabberd
> > 20070315T19:17:22: [notice] (-internal): initializing server
> It should make no difference if you are using /jabber or /jabber/ as
> the prefix. Double slashes as directory separators are accepted on
> Unix platforms.
> > Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
> > 0x00000011 in ?? ()
> > (gdb) quit
> > The program is running. Exit anyway? (y or n) y [root at localhost
> > bin]#
> When you received the segmentation fault, you should create the
> backtrace with the "bt" command.
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