abrt 1.1.1 detected a crash.
Attached file: backtrace
cmdline: gzip -d -c /usr/share/man/man1/ftp.1.gz
reason: Process /bin/gzip was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
release: Fedora release 13 (Goddard)
How to reproduce
1. Ran ltrace -S -f man ftp
Created attachment 429635 [details]
Reproduced also on Fedora 12, gzip-1.3.12-15.fc12.i686.
gzip crashes only when man running under ltrace executes it, and ltrace option -f is present (to trace child processes).
It seems to be a ltrace issue. On my Fedora 12 machine 'ltrace -S -f man ftp' crashes in gzip's _start(), before its code gets executed:
Core was generated by `gzip -d -c /usr/share/man/man1/ftp.1.gz'.
Program terminated with signal 11, Segmentation fault.
#0 0x08048ff8 in _start ()
Thread 1 (Thread 12771):
#0 0x08048ff8 in _start ()
No symbol table info available.
From To Syms Read Shared Object Library
0x007bf990 0x008cb8a0 Yes (*) /lib/libc-2.11.2.so
0x00787830 0x0079ecdf Yes (*) /lib/ld-2.11.2.so
(*): Shared library is missing debugging information.
$1 = 0x0
No symbol "__glib_assert_msg" in current context.
eax 0x7a68e0 8022240
ecx 0x7a0030 7995440
edx 0x795d10 7953680
ebx 0x7a5fc4 8019908
esp 0x7a0030 0x7a0030
ebp 0x0 0x0
esi 0x4 4
edi 0x8048ff0 134516720
eip 0x8048ff8 0x8048ff8 <_start+8>
eflags 0x10206 [ PF IF RF ]
cs 0x73 115
ss 0x7b 123
ds 0x7b 123
es 0x7b 123
fs 0x0 0
gs 0x33 51
Dump of assembler code for function _start:
0x08048ff0 <_start+0>: xor %ebp,%ebp
0x08048ff2 <_start+2>: pop %esi
0x08048ff3 <_start+3>: mov %ecx,%esp
0x08048ff5 <_start+5>: and $0xfffffff0,%esp
0x08048ff8 <_start+8>: push %eax
0x08048ff9 <_start+9>: push %esp
0x08048ffa <_start+10>: push %edx
0x08048ffb <_start+11>: push $0x8053680
0x08049000 <_start+16>: push $0xcc053690
0x08049005 <_start+21>: push %ecx
0x08049006 <_start+22>: push %esi
0x08049007 <_start+23>: push $0x804d220
0x0804900c <_start+28>: call 0x8048d24 <__libc_start_main@plt>
0x08049011 <_start+33>: hlt
0x08049012 <_start+34>: nop
0x08049013 <_start+35>: nop
0x08049014 <_start+36>: int3
0x08049015 <_start+37>: nop
0x08049016 <_start+38>: nop
0x08049017 <_start+39>: nop
0x08049018 <_start+40>: nop
0x08049019 <_start+41>: nop
0x0804901a <_start+42>: nop
0x0804901b <_start+43>: nop
0x0804901c <_start+44>: nop
0x0804901d <_start+45>: nop
0x0804901e <_start+46>: nop
0x0804901f <_start+47>: nop
End of assembler dump.
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