Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 977577
[abrt] evolution-data-server-3.8.3-1.fc19: g_malloc0: Process /usr/libexec/evolution-addressbook-factory was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV)
Last modified: 2015-02-17 10:41:08 EST
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runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (4 frames)
#3 g_malloc0 at gmem.c:189
#4 thread_memory_from_self at gslice.c:512
#6 g_slice_free1 at gslice.c:1087
#7 __nptl_deallocate_tsd at pthread_create.c:156
Potential duplicate: bug 883609
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Thanks for a bug report. I see from the backtrace only that there is an ongoing GAL update from EWS and a closing of a file book backend view, but nothing more, what would explain the memory corruption crash. As this is GSlice related, could you try to run the factory with
exported, thus any incorrect usage of it will be reported immediately (by a crash of the factory), please? Another option is to involve valgrind, as you know.
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