Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 542114
Segfault inside _PyObject_GC_Malloc running /usr/bin/sealert
Last modified: 2010-12-03 21:39:13 EST
abrt 1.0.0 detected a crash.
Attached file: backtrace
cmdline: /usr/bin/python -E /usr/bin/sealert -s
reason: Process was terminated by signal 11
Created attachment 374399 [details]
quite seriously, i have no idea how this happened...using all the testing repos though...
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How reproducable is this problem? If you run the program from a terminal, is an error message printed?
What version of setroubleshoot-server do you have installed?
Looking at the backtrace, it looks like the problem occurred either inside Python's memory allocator, or inside Python's garbage collector (perhaps a corrupt heap?)
Unfortunately, it's hard to say for sure as it's only a partial symbolic stack trace. In order to get a more full symbolic stack trace, the appropriate debuginfo packages need to be installed.
In order to accomplish this, you can run the command:
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