Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 480383
JRE error file created in $HOME every time Azureus exits
Last modified: 2009-12-18 02:37:21 EST
Created attachment 329245 [details]
An unexpected error has been detected by Java Runtime Environment
A new file named 'hs_err_pidXXXXX.log' is created in my $HOME directory every time I exit Azureus. Azureus itself starts and runs as expected and the only thing that appears to be wrong is a JRE error at exit. Note the attached log file.
it seems to run fine for me. can you upgrade openjdk to the version in rawhide? also, try deleting ~/.azureus
I tried java-1.6.0-openjdk-220.127.116.11-8.b14.fc11.x86_64 and Sun's jre-6u11-linux-x64 both with my configuration and with a deleted $HOME/.azureus for a fresh start. No luck. I get this error every time when exiting Azureus. It looks like it maybe a bug in the upstream Sun JRE code and Java + native code?
It's not a major problem since it only happens when the program is supposed to exit anyway - and there hasn't been any obvious problems over the weeks other than the log files accumulating in $HOME.
Curiously, I tried to replicate the issue on another machine with the latest Fedora 10 packages as per the original bug report. I get the same error on exit with a minor difference in the "Problematic frame" address. On both machines, it appears to be in between the frames for /lib64/libcom_err.so.2.1 and /usr/lib64/libgssapi_krb5.so.2.2 as per the details in the log.
I tested with the current stable Fedora JRE and upstream Vuze 18.104.22.168 also dumps an error log file on exit. The "Problematic frame" is once again in native code, but doesn't correspond at all to the shared objects I mentioned above, so we can probably safely ignore those lib64 filenames.
I have tested this on 2 machines now, and neither have this problem. I suspect it has something to do with a dependency installed...
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