Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1312995
[abrt] dnf: __env_size_insert(): python3.4 killed by SIGSEGV
Last modified: 2016-12-20 14:07:55 EST
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cmdline: /usr/bin/python3 /bin/dnf upgrade
dnf-makecache.log: Error was encountered while opening journal files: No data available
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
#0 __env_size_insert at ../../src/env/env_alloc.c:599
#1 __memp_mf_discard at ../../src/mp/mp_fopen.c:1137
#2 __memp_fclose at ../../src/mp/mp_fopen.c:1034
#3 __db_refresh at ../../src/db/db.c:1028
#4 __db_close at ../../src/db/db.c:747
#5 __db_close_pp at ../../src/db/db_iface.c:261
#6 db3_dbiClose at backend/db3.c:735
#7 dbiForeach at rpmdb.c:441
#8 rpmdbClose at rpmdb.c:468
#9 rpmtsCloseDB at rpmts.c:78
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Can you still reproduce this issue, or was it just a random crash that never happened again?
I think this only happened once.
We don't know the exact reason for this crash but it happens in the berkleydb so moving it over.
In BerkleyDB, not in the Perl binding. Moving there.
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