Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 21891
w generates unaligned traps
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:30:09 EDT
redhat 7.0 on alpha Miata (PWS 500a) + all updates, running "w" generates 3
What version of ncurses do you have installed?
ncurses 5.2-2 from the redhat updates.
btw, it's 4 unaligned traps:
at 00000001200016c0: 000000011ffff6e6 2c 31
at 00000001200016c4: 000000011ffff6ea 2c 31
at 00000001200016c8: 000000011ffff6ee 2c 31
at 00000001200016cc: 000000011ffff6f2 2c 31
I rebuilt the procps SRPMS using kgcc instead of gcc and eliminated the seg faults.
*** Bug 21936 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 22973 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I also see this on my AlphaPC (SX164)
rpm -q procps
rpm -qa | grep ncurses
Compiling with kgcc (egcs-2.91.66) makes the unaligned traps go away, sounds
like a possible gcc issue.
Georges, Jakub: Can you please take a look at this when you have a moment?
Georges: I need you to work on this one please.
fixed in rawhide, at least procps 2.0.7-5 and ncurses-5.2-7 work here.