Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1021697
[abrt] tracker-0.16.2-4.fc20: g_malloc: Process /usr/libexec/tracker-extract was killed by signal 5 (SIGTRAP)
Last modified: 2015-06-29 08:41:09 EDT
Description of problem:
Copying files (videos) over rsync
rsync -avzr 10.10.4.124:/home/casep/Videos/ Videos/
But I'm not able to reproduce it, so could be a separate issue
Version-Release number of selected component:
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
#2 g_malloc at gmem.c:109
#3 g_slice_alloc at gslice.c:1016
#4 _sysmem_new_block at gstallocator.c:415
#5 gst_allocator_alloc at gstallocator.c:312
#6 gst_buffer_new_allocate at gstbuffer.c:668
#7 video_buffer_pool_alloc at gstvideopool.c:195
#8 do_alloc_buffer at gstbufferpool.c:272
#9 default_acquire_buffer at gstbufferpool.c:995
#10 gst_buffer_pool_acquire_buffer at gstbufferpool.c:1099
#11 gst_video_decoder_allocate_output_frame at gstvideodecoder.c:3262
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Another user experienced a similar problem:
I started the computer ASUS N61 (January 2009) core i7 4GB RAM ATI HD5730 1GB RAM.
Started Nemo and then qbittorrent, it ran for probably an hour and I saw the usual long list of errors, but these ones did not mention Nemo this time.
The machine has WIn 7 factory installed, but I don't use it - only to update the antvirus once a week.
Fedora 20 is installed and runs well in a Western Digital USB 3 1TB drive. It only works in a USB 2 port, as the USB 3 port is non bootable.
I hope this helps.
Steven Woods firstname.lastname@example.org
reason: tracker-extract killed by SIGTRAP
runlevel: N 5
This package has changed ownership in the Fedora Package Database. Reassigning to the new owner of this component.
Hi, I am using Fedora21 and I also have this problem. On my machine, I can always reproduce it.
Just running the following command will trigger this problem.
/usr/libexec/tracker-extract -v 3 -f viewport-percent-graphic-user-01.svg
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Out of LANG=C /usr/libexec/tracker-extract -v 3 -f viewport-percent-graphic-user-01.svg
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