Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 595894
evo crashes when using search across all accounts
Last modified: 2011-04-13 11:34:51 EDT
Description of problem:
A little bit about my setup - I have 4 imap accounts in evolution. One is my work mail account, one is my fedora project mail account, one is my personal mail account, another is my junk mail account.
I got an email from someone and needed to find it later. I didn't remember what email address the person sent the email to. So I used the searchbox in the upper right of evolution, I searched for the person's name, and used the rightmost dropdown to select 'in all accounts'.
Almost every time I've tried this since installing RHEL 6, it's crashed evolution silently.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Very. It doesn't happen every time, but for me it happens about 9 times out of 10 as I try to reproduce right now. Sometimes it takes a while to crash - the application goes all 'grey' and then maybe 30 seconds later it's gone from the task bar.
Steps to Reproduce:
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Thanks for a bug report. Could you install debug info packages for evolution and evolution-data-server and run evolution from console under gdb like this:
$ gdb evolution --ex r --ex "t a a bt"
and then try to reproduce the crash and place the result of the above command here, please? It should show a backtrace for all threads in the time of the crash. Use 'q' to quit the gdb. Thanks in advance.
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Hi, I can't run the gdb command with debuginfo packages because I've since upgraded to Fedora 14. :( I'm very sorry I didn't even see your needinfo request until now :(
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