Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 285131
evolution crashes after closing it
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:12:15 EST
Description of problem:
evolution crashes after closing it.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. open evolution
2. read mails
3. close it
bug buddy appears saying that evolution crashed
no bug buddy message.
i am using imap. i think that it crashes when writing something to the imap server.
Created attachment 192071 [details]
Can you please post the results of the following command:
rpm -q evolution evolution-data-server
I'm not sure of this, but I suspect the evolution-2.10.3-3.fc7 update that's in
Updates Testing might fix your crash. It's been sitting there for awhile now so
I'm going to request it be moved to normal Fedora Updates.
Please let me know whether it fixes the crashes for you.
Actually the update is -4.fc7, not -3.fc7.
Thanks, I just noticed that 2.10.3-4.fc7 went into the archives. I will leave a
note in some days saying if it crashed again.
I did not encounter the issue so I guess it has been fixed. If it reappears
again, I will reopen.
Reappeard to me.
Crashlog attached, although I do not see any changes.
Created attachment 198061 [details]
Hmm, this looks like a different bug than what I thought.
Can you please install a few debuginfo packages and post a new backtrace when
you see the crash again?
I already have evolution-data-server-debuginfo evolution-debuginfo installed,
but I was missing glib2-debuginfo which I just have installed. Let's wait for
another crash ;)
Created attachment 198861 [details]
Backtrace with all debugging symbols asked for
Strange. This is an entirely different crash than the first two backtraces.
There's hardly anything Evolution-related here. The crash almost looks like
it's occurring in libresolv.so during glibc shutdown.
Created attachment 261471 [details]
New F8 backtrace
Happened again using F8
Matt, based on the last stack trace, looks like bug 278171, what do you think?
It is. Closing as a duplicate.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 278171 ***