[lsb-discuss] mysterious crash of lsb-autotest on SLES9 SP4 pre, ppc

Stew Benedict stewb at linux-foundation.org
Mon Oct 1 01:54:53 PDT 2007


On Mon, 1 Oct 2007, Jiri Dluhos wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> 
> I have found a mysterious problem I don't have an idea what might cause it so 
> far. Please, does anyone have a clue what might be the culprit? It occurred 
> in our SLES9 SP4 prerelease, so we possibly botched something :-) but I don't 
> know what.
> 
> When trying to run the lsb-autotest binary contained in the TEF package for 
> ppc, it segfaults immediately. With strace I have found that it segfaults 
> even before the main() function starts executing, somewhere in the linker or 
> glibc initialization code.
> 

This could be another instance of the ppc binary issue we saw previously, 
trying to run SLES10 compiled binaries on Debian (ppc32). 

http://bugs.linuxbase.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1599

Intent was to update some of 3.1.1 with the fix, although I don't think 
that ever happened (nor will it help the tests not compiled with lsbcc).


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Stew Benedict
The Linux Foundation



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