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libreport version: 2.0.18
:Thread no. 1 (9 frames)
: #1 crash at src/core/main.c:137
: #3 transaction_verify_order_one at src/core/transaction.c:406
: #9 transaction_verify_order at src/core/transaction.c:438
: #10 transaction_activate at src/core/transaction.c:643
: #11 manager_add_job at src/core/manager.c:707
: #12 bus_manager_message_handler at src/core/dbus-manager.c:1612
: #13 _dbus_object_tree_dispatch_and_unlock at dbus-object-tree.c:858
: #15 bus_dispatch at src/core/dbus.c:527
: #16 manager_loop at src/core/manager.c:1454
Potential duplicate bug: 729172
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I found a suspicious thing in the backtrace. In frame #3 there is:
u = 0x200000243b180
This is outside the mapped address space of the process. Notice though that 0x243b180 would look reasonable, it would be inside the heap area.
So this looks very much like memory corruption. A single-bit fault. This could be bad RAM. Could you run memtest86+ on the machine for a few hours?
Did the error occur after resume from suspend or hibernation?
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