Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 988124
[abrt] tracker-0.16.1-4.el7: g_logv: Process /usr/libexec/tracker-store was killed by signal 5 (SIGTRAP)
Last modified: 2016-11-14 10:00:05 EST
Description of problem:
I was just copying some files when this happened.
Version-Release number of selected component:
runlevel: N 5
var_log_messages: Jul 24 21:14:18 dhcp-0-170 abrt: Saved core dump of pid 2102 (/usr/libexec/tracker-store) to /var/tmp/abrt/ccpp-2013-07-24-21:14:18-2102 (61870080 bytes)
Thread no. 1 (10 frames)
#2 execute_stmt.constprop.19 at /usr/lib64/tracker-0.16/libtracker-data.so.0
#3 ensure_resource_id at /usr/lib64/tracker-0.16/libtracker-data.so.0
#4 resource_buffer_switch.isra.4 at /usr/lib64/tracker-0.16/libtracker-data.so.0
#5 tracker_data_insert_statement_common at /usr/lib64/tracker-0.16/libtracker-data.so.0
#6 tracker_data_insert_statement_with_uri at /usr/lib64/tracker-0.16/libtracker-data.so.0
#7 tracker_sparql_query_parse_construct_property_list_not_empty at /usr/lib64/tracker-0.16/libtracker-data.so.0
#8 tracker_sparql_query_execute_insert_or_delete at /usr/lib64/tracker-0.16/libtracker-data.so.0
#9 tracker_sparql_query_execute_update at /usr/lib64/tracker-0.16/libtracker-data.so.0
#10 update_sparql at /usr/lib64/tracker-0.16/libtracker-data.so.0
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Actually, I was restoring home directory contents from backup and probably overwritten tracker's data while it was running. I'll close the bug as it's probably not reasonable to expect a program to tolerate this:)
I had same crash (according to ABRT) when testing Multiple Logins feature with following setup:
1. Install RHEL desktop on multiple virtual or bare metal machines.
2. Change string in: /etc/machine-id
3. Edit the /etc/dconf/profile/user file on every client. If one does not already exist, create it.
4. Add a line containing service-db:keyfile/user to the file and save your
5. Setup shared /home directory via NFS on each machine. Put the following line into /etc/fstab
nest.test.redhat.com:/mnt/qa/scratch/rhel7-gnome-shell-shared-home /home nfs rw 0 0
6. Allow NFS home in SELinux: setsebool -P use_nfs_home_dirs 1
7. Create account with username "test" and password "redhat".
8. Add "export XDG_CONFIG_HOME=$HOME/$(< /etc/machine-id)" to: $HOME/.profile
9. Login to the Gnome Shell.
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