daniel at highdesertchurch.com
Tue Apr 26 19:45:00 EDT 2005
I don't believe it is no symbols, I believe it is smashing the stack
somehow (those are the only two entries in the stack). Can't imagine
how strcmp is smashing the stack but I suppose anything is possible.
I'll try to attach, but I thought lmtpd forked a child process in the
same way httpd does, maybe not though.
On Apr 26, 2005, at 9:35 AM, Derrick J Brashear wrote:
> On Tue, 26 Apr 2005, Daniel Hazelbaker wrote:
>> (Quotes regarding how to get the core dumps generated snipped)
>> Okay. I finally got it to generate core dumps correctly.
>> Unfortunetly it did not help any. Here is the backtrace:
>> (gdb) where
>> #0 0x0fb263b0 in strcmp () from /lib/tls/libc.so.6
>> #1 0x10005228 in ?? ()
>> Not very helpful. So my only other solution will be to run lmtpd
>> inside of gdb and track it down manually. However I still cannot get
>> lmtpd to run correctly using the -D command. It always complains
>> about the CYRUS_MASTER environment or whatever it is. Anybody know
>> how to properly run lmtpd under gdb so I can step through the
>> functions until I figure out what is wrong?
> Why not attach to it after it's running? But if you have no symbols,
> you have no symbols...
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