Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 218450
Segmentation fault in ialloc
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:50 EST
Description of problem:
When I run my executable -statically linked- I got
"Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x080f1039 in ialloc_ ()"
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
All fedora except fedora_core4 kernel 2.6.16-1.2069 (smp)
Steps to Reproduce:
All others linux distributions do not show the bug.
A crash in your statically linked executable is something you need to debug
yourself, most likely you have a bug in your program. There is nothing
in the above info which would show that there is a bug in glibc or gcc,
ialloc_ is not a glibc nor gcc routine.
If you are trying to compile/link statically on one distro and run on a
different one, please also read:
Created attachment 142842 [details]
this is my executable
Untar the package, then:
Before reporting the bug we really tried wery hard whit all fedora's version in
our department. We tried also with RedHat E.E. AS4 and it worked.
in my humble opinion the bug is in malloc...
I don't think problem is in my statically linked executable because it works
very well in redhat ee as_4 and in other distributions. The problem is only with
That doesn't prove anything. If you suspect malloc being a problem, you need
to link it dynamically and check with all the memory allocation analyzers first.
Start with valgrind, ElectricFence, MALLOC_CHECK_=3.
You are using ifort which is proprietary and the source isn't valid Fortran77
anyway (e.g. CALGRA is sometimes used as it if was a FUNCTION, sometimes as
a PROCEDURE) and can't be compiled with gfortran because of that to check it out.
Bugzilla is for reporting bugs, not for throwing random third party programs
and telling there is a bug somewhere, please find it for me.
You need to do your homework first.