Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1312427
Vinagre segfault due memory allocation
Last modified: 2016-11-01 06:33:02 EDT
Created attachment 1130863 [details]
vinagre segfault while connecting to VNC
Description of problem:
This was really strange segfault, because occurred in test case launched many times before. Virtual Machine had just two days uptime.
I've started Vinagre, connected to RDP machine and then I opened VNC connection to localhost (:1)
This crashed Vinagre.
After that it was unable to connect any protocol.
Result from gdb are in attachment
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Now investigating ...
Steps to Reproduce:
1.have RDP host prepared and local VNC server on port 5901
3.Connect to RDP host (RDP protocol, IP address, username and domain filled)
4.Connect to VNC host (VNC procotol, :1 as
Vinagre received signal SIGSEGV and ends
VNC connection is opened
It looks like the machine doesn't have enough free memory. Could you identify which application is consuming such amount of it? Is it Vinagre? (I don't see such behaviour with my quick test in a VM)
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