Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 249023
[totem] [x86_64] - Totem is crashing when drag the window border fast
Last modified: 2008-06-05 09:08:19 EDT
Description of problem:
Totem is crashing and producing backtrace when drading its window side to make
the screen bigger.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Login with an x86_64 server RHEL5 system
2. Open totem and play any .ogg file
3. When the file is running, select the window side or border and drag it fast
to enlarge or squeeze the screen.
4. It will crash and will generate a backtrace.
Crashing with backtrace
It should not crash firstly and it should perform properly.
The backtrace report is attached with this bug as .txt file.
Created attachment 159651 [details]
Backtrace .txt file
Could you please get a full backtrace with the appropriate debuginfo packages
Please also let me know the exact version of Totem and its dependencies.
i installed totem-debuginfo package and its given me the following traceback
this time. attached below.
and totem version is as I mentioned before too..
gnome-python2-totem-2.16.0-1.fc6.x86_64 (already installed from before)
Totem installed here in this system from before I tested it. I only installed
debuginfo package here by my own. So, cant say abt dependencies appeared at the
time of installation really. Please inform if anything more info u need. :)
Created attachment 159655 [details]
traceback file .txt latest with debuginfo package
The crash is in GStreamer, so I need the whole of glib2, gstreamer and glibc's
debuginfo files installed when you get this backtrace.
for i in `rpm -q --requires totem` ; do rpm -q --whatprovides $i ; done
Created attachment 159764 [details]
crash report -3
I installed glib2, gstreamer and glibc debuginfo packages and collected the bug
buddy report as well as the messages shown in g-t during crash in a file which
is attached here.
the output of the rpm query too is captured in a file. Pls have a look.
Created attachment 159765 [details]
rpm query file
That's the same as the upstream:
I'll need to backport the patch to gstreamer-plugins-base. Targetting for 5.2 as
it's not a regression from 5.1.
This request was evaluated by Red Hat Product Management for inclusion in a Red
Hat Enterprise Linux maintenance release. Product Management has requested
further review of this request by Red Hat Engineering, for potential
inclusion in a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Update release for currently deployed
products. This request is not yet committed for inclusion in an Update
Unfortunately Red Hat Engineering was unable to resolve this issue by RHEL 5.2
Beta Freeze. This issue has been moved to address in RHEL 5.3.
Package upgrade for GStreamer is already planned in bug 450103, so no need for a
backport of the patch.