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Re: (ITS#5927) assertion error when using pcache

mhardin@symas.com wrote:

>> mhardin@symas.com wrote:
>>> On Feb 7, 2009, at 9:21 AM, ando@sys-net.it wrote:
>>>> mhardin@symas.com wrote:
>>>>> Sorry for the out-of-sequence reply. I'll test and let you know   
>>>>> what I
>>>>> find.
>>>> No problem.  Note that if this is the cause of this issue, and, in  
>>>> any
>>>> case, if you have some "range" attributes in your response, you  
>>>> still
>>>> have an issue with those values.
>>> Yes. I'm not sure what to do about them in the medium term. Not  
>>> having  slapd crash is a good first step, though :P
>> Are you confirming that the original issue is fixed?
> Unfortunately not. The morning I tested the fix you checked into HEAD  
> and still got an assertion error in pcache at the same point when  
> caching group objects that contain range specifiers. I have core files  
> and would be happy to provide additional information if you need it.

As I wrote, I only simulated receiving that type of response by 
modifying the name of the attribute after it was extracted by back-meta 
and before it was resolved.  It would be interesting to see what happens 
when the actual response of AD is received by back-meta.

In any case, since you have the core files, it would be interesting to 
see the attribute structure, and specifically of the a_desc member (the 
AttributeDescription structure).


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