Created attachment 1293852 [details]
Description of problem:
After installing Fedora 26 from live KDE image, both kwin and kactivitymanager crash during first boot. kwin crash is shown in ABRT.
After initial-setup phase, journal shows:
Jul 03 13:08:19 localhost.localdomain kwin_x11: QXcbConnection: XCB error: 3 (BadWindow), sequence: 5077, resource id: 10485763, major code: 15 (QueryTree), minor code: 0
Jul 03 13:08:19 localhost.localdomain initial-setup: Stopping the window manager (/usr/bin/kwin_x11)
Jul 03 13:08:19 localhost.localdomain run-initial-setup: /bin/xinit: connection to X server lost
then it crashes kactivitymanager:
Jul 03 13:08:19 localhost.localdomain kactivitymanagerd: The X11 connection broke (error 1). Did the X11 server die?
Jul 03 13:08:19 localhost.localdomain kernel: show_signal_msg: 65 callbacks suppressed
Jul 03 13:08:19 localhost.localdomain kernel: kactivitymanage: segfault at 7f222a290650 ip 00007f22141249f1 sp 00007ffef48167f8 error 4 in libQt5Sql.so.5.7.1[7f221410f000+49000]
Jul 03 13:08:19 localhost.localdomain kwin_x11: The X11 connection broke: I/O error (code 1)
Jul 03 13:08:19 localhost.localdomain run-initial-setup: waiting for X server to shut down XIO: fatal IO error 2 (No such file or directory) on X server ":9"
Jul 03 13:08:19 localhost.localdomain run-initial-setup: after 5115 requests (5102 known processed) with 0 events remaining.
Jul 03 13:08:19 localhost.localdomain run-initial-setup: Application::crashHandler() called with signal 11; recent crashes: 1
Jul 03 13:08:19 localhost.localdomain run-initial-setup: (II) Server terminated successfully (0). Closing log file.
Jul 03 13:08:19 localhost.localdomain systemd-coredump: Process 955 (kactivitymanage) of user 0 dumped core.
followed by stacktrace. ABRT doesn't allow me to report kwin crash, it shows "No segments found in coredump".
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install Fedora 26 from live KDE RC 1.3 image.
2. Boot into installed image.
3. Run ABRT, kwin error is shown there, kactivitymanager segfault is shown in journal.
Note that this is happening in VM.
Proposed as a Blocker for 26-final by Fedora user jsedlak using the blocker tracking app because:
Violates "There must be no SELinux denial notifications or crash notifications on boot of or during installation from a release-blocking live image, or at first login after a default install of a release-blocking desktop."
I was also able to reproduce this on bare metal.
Created attachment 1293874 [details]
all installed packages
likely a dup of bug #1370222
(In reply to Rex Dieter from comment #5)
> likely a dup of bug #1370222
That bug dates back to 2016-08-25. Any suggestions for a fix?
Is this new in RC 1.3?
I see the crash in the journal, but there are no *notifications* thereof. That's not pretty but I don't think violates the criteria as stated. I'm -1 to blocker but could be +1 to a fe.
The ideal long-term fix is that sddm needs to support a more robust xauth mechanism that allows for hostname changes after it has started (see the linked bug and upstream rfe https://github.com/sddm/sddm/issues/733 )
short term, any workaround that would avoid hostname changes would be acceptable too.
On second thought, this may not be the same issue, initial-setup should be running *before* sddm (I think), and this stems from there (and xinit).
So, the only thing crashing in the included log messages I see is kactivitymanagerd (which I believe is likely fixed in a subsquent Qt5 release, that didn't make the cut for f26 GA).
If there are no user-visible notifications of this, and it doesn't result in any other criteria-violating behaviour, I'm -1 on it.
Discussed at 2017-07-03 blocker review meeting: https://meetbot-raw.fedoraproject.org/fedora-blocker-review/2017-07-03/f26-blocker-review.2017-07-03-16.06.html . Rejected as a blocker on the basis that this does not appear to cause any significant practical problems, and there is no user-visible desktop notification of the crashes (as the criterion states).
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