abrt version: 1.1.18
Attached file: backtrace, 64514 bytes
Attached file: coredump, 2333986816 bytes
reason: Process /usr/bin/claws-mail was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
release: Fedora release 14 (Laughlin)
How to reproduce
1. Run claws-mail on a docked notebook, wired network
2. Pick up the notebook from dock, get to a meeting room, connect to wifi.
3. Wait 5 minutes and notice claws-mail crash in the background
Created attachment 517643 [details]
To me it looks a little bit like maybe there's a code path that calls "delete_imap(folder,oldimap)" more than once for an old IMAP session handle.
#0 0x0000003366c76832 in _int_free (av=0x3366f971c0, p=0x1100320, have_lock=0) at malloc.c:4964
#1 0x000000337442c288 in mmap_string_free (string=0x10e1850) at mmapstring.c:409
#2 0x000000337443702a in mailimap_free (session=0x10d7f10) at mailimap.c:2610
(<- this is in libetpan)
#3 0x00000000005c3da4 in delete_imap (folder=0x16edf70, imap=0x10d7f10) at imap-thread.c:77
#4 0x00000000005c7196 in imap_threaded_connect_ssl (folder=0x16edf70, server=0x15e7a10 "mail.dynvps.cz", port=993) at imap-thread.c:659
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