Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 545404
[abrt] crash detected in java-1.6.0-openjdk-1:126.96.36.199-33.b16.fc12
Last modified: 2010-01-04 09:01:39 EST
abrt detected a crash.
Comment: Running the Amazon Web Services plugin under Eclipse...
Attached file: backtrace
Attached file: cmdline
reason: Process was terminated by signal 6
Created attachment 376902 [details]
Created attachment 376903 [details]
Crash is in Eclipse org_eclipse_swt_internal_gtk_OS_Call
Rob, can you provide more details about how you came across this crash? I would like to be able to reproduce it so please provide detailed steps. Thanks.
I'm sorry, but I cannot provide much detail at all. I installed the Amazon Web Services Toolkit for Eclipse and its myriad dependencies which were unavailable via RPM. (Talk about dependency hell...)
I set up the client with my account information and connected to AWS. I could not stop a running instance through the Eclipse interface so I logged in via the web interface and stopped it. I then started on another task and came back a few minutes later with the crash notification.
This was the second crash for me within the first few hours of running the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse. I ignored the first crash report.
Did you have GNOME Accessibility enabled when this crash occurred?
GNOME Accessibility was not knowingly enabled. If these are the options under "Assistive Technologies" then they were definitely not enabled at the time of the crash. The "Dwell Click" applet was running but not enabled. It tells me that Assistive Technology Support must be enabled to use it. I have never done so.
This will be difficult to track down as I don't have an AWS account. Rob, can you reproduce this with an eclipse.org download? It would be great if you could try a build from here (upstream 3.5.1):
and then a build from here (upstream 3.6M4):
There have been some work upstream in the 3.6 series for Gtk crashers and I'm hoping the M4 build will have a fix. I suspect 3.5.1 will fail the same way that our RPMs do. Make sure you grab the "x86_64/GTK 2" .zip files.
Hi Andrew: Unfortunately, I have too many other priorities and cannot spend any more time on this.
Without more information, I can't track down this problem. Sorry.