Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1461566
RFC: information about specific changes fixing rhbz #652338
Last modified: 2017-06-16 17:43:06 EDT
User has repeated messages in the format:
Jun 14 10:52:12 mgtlxp01 kernel: abrt-hook-ccpp: segfault at a0 ip 00000038b6b336bf sp 00007ffff2410b28 error 4 in libc-2.12.so[38b6a00000+18a000]
Jun 14 10:52:12 mgtlxp01 kernel: Process 4077(abrt-hook-ccpp) has RLIMIT_CORE set to 1
Jun 14 10:52:12 mgtlxp01 kernel: Aborting core
I see that the same pattern was commented in rhbz #652338
and said to be a known issue, but the fix was an update from
abrt-1.1.13 to abrt-1.1.14.
Can you please clarify what was the patch, and/or also check
if abrt-2.0.8-6.el6 (rhel 6.3) might have the same issue?
As extra information, checking logs, there is a third party
process that crashes frequently. On older logs it was generating
a crash report, but dumps started increasing in size, until above
1.8G and when the "kernel: Aborting core" became more frequent.
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