Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 453802
dbus often crashes on connection loss
Last modified: 2013-03-05 22:56:20 EST
Description of problem:
when i lose the connection to the internet (pppoe) i get dbus to crash. a lot of
applications (and X too) wont work anymore until i restart the messagebus
service. of course haldaemon crashes too.
this is what i got in dmesg in the last 2 times i got this problem:
dbus-daemon: segfault at b97d59c8 ip 0021e11a sp bff6cc6c error 4 in
dbus-daemon: segfault at b85aadb8 ip 0021e11a sp bf81c51c error 4 in
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
not always, sometimes it crashes after some minute from the connection loss.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. run a pppoe connection
2. drop it without closing it, for example by just turning the modem off.
3. dbus-daemon segfaults
Can you attach with gdb and get a stack trace?
Created attachment 320803 [details]
gdb trace on dbus-daemon
Sorry for the delay, I forgot about this bug report.
Anyway it still happens on version 1.2.4-1.fc9.
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