Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 901937
GCC Fails to recompile on armv5 ld segfaults.
Last modified: 2014-02-05 10:22:16 EST
Created attachment 915657 [details]
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Created attachment 683437 [details]
the state log from the mock build probably not necessary, but it is going to get deleted.
Created attachment 683438 [details]
The whole thing probably isn't necessary but attaching it anyway.
Created attachment 683449 [details]
Again probably not necessary. but including it anyway.
I repeated it to verify it was reproducible and it crashed in the same spot.
Created attachment 684502 [details]
strace -fto /tmp/stracelog sh test2.sh
test2.sh contains the isolated code.
Created attachment 684517 [details]
strace of issue.
strace output of the test2.sh command under mock
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