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Re: Subversion segfaulting




On 21 June 2017 at 09:42, Václav Haisman wrote:
> After quote a long time I needed to use Subversion and I found it
> segfaulting, reproducibly, when I try checkout. I have tried `svn
> help` but that does not segfault. I have tried to run `svn checkout
> http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/maven/plugins/tags/maven-javadoc-plugin-2.10.4
> maven-javadoc-plugin`. The crashing thread does not seem to have any
> decodable call stack. The best I could do is this bit of `strace` log:
>
>    75 1078125 [main] svn 22460 select_stuff::wait: wait_ret 2, m = 4.  verifying
>    68 1078193 [main] svn 22460 select_stuff::wait: res after verify 0
>    54 1078247 [main] svn 22460 select_stuff::wait: returning 0
>    54 1078301 [main] svn 22460 select: sel.wait returns 0
>    51 1078352 [main] svn 22460 peek_socket: read_ready: 1,
> write_ready: 1, except_ready: 0
>    39 1078391 [main] svn 22460 set_bits: me 0x60007D880, testing fd 3 ()
>    62 1078453 [main] svn 22460 set_bits: ready 2
>    39 1078492 [main] svn 22460 select_stuff::cleanup: calling cleanup routines
>    33 1078525 [main] svn 22460 socket_cleanup: si 0x60007D410
> si->thread 0x1801FF798
>    56 1078581 [main] svn 22460 socket_cleanup: returning
>    25 1078606 [main] svn 22460 select_stuff::destroy: deleting select records
>    36 1078642 [main] svn 22460 select_stuff::cleanup: calling cleanup routines
>    25 1078667 [main] svn 22460 select_stuff::destroy: deleting select records
>    26 1078693 [main] svn 22460 pselect: 2 = select (4, 0xFFFFBDC0,
> 0xFFFFBDA0, 0xFFFFBD80, 0xFFFFBD30)
>    53 1078746 [main] svn 22460 read: read(3, 0x6000DBEA4, 8000) nonblocking
>    35 1078781 [main] svn 22460 __set_errno: void
> __set_winsock_errno(const char*, int):224 setting errno 11
>    31 1078812 [main] svn 22460 __set_winsock_errno: recv_internal:1604
> - winsock error 10035 -> errno 11
>    51 1078863 [main] svn 22460 read: -1 = read(3, 0x6000DBEA4, -1), errno 11
> --- Process 22460, exception c0000005 at 0000000000000000
>
> Cygcheck does not show anything unusual. This is with Cygwin
> 2.8.0(0.309/5/3) on AMD64.
>

Possibly false alarm. I have deleted `~/.subversion` and it stopped crashing.

-- 
VH

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