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Re: SASL causes segmentation fault (ITS#3172)
--On Tuesday, June 08, 2004 11:05 PM -0700 "Kurt D. Zeilenga"
> At 10:17 PM 6/8/2004, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> So I'd say having an 8MB thread stack doesn't help the situation at
> Well, at least now we have what appears to be a complete
> stack backtrace. It is certainly down deep in Kerberos...
> not sure what to suggest except to make sure running
> against the latest... and build the libraries with
> debugging symbols so that precise failure point can
> be determined. As it stands now, I cannot see anything
> in OpenLDAP Software that would cause this.
Okay, I'll give Heimdal and SASL debugging rebuilds (I'm using 0.6.1
Heimdal and 2.1.18 SASL, which are the latest AFAIK). One thing I just
thought of, is that I only see this issue when I have two syncRepl clients
attached to the master -- With one syncRepl client, there is no problem.
Does that suggest a non-mutexed, not very thread safe call is being made?
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