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Re: (ITS#8064) SIGSEGV in monitor-shutdown code
back-monitor was designed before back-config, without considering the
possibility of database removal during regular operations. There might
be several flaws of that kind.
My suggestion is that back-monitor is never shut down (it should be
inhibited) except at slapd shutdown. Meanwhile, the code initialization
and shutdown could be redesigned to properly handle those cases.
On 25/02/2015 15:18, email@example.com wrote:
> Full_Name: Leonid Yuriev
> Version: 2.4-HEAD
> OS: RHEL7
> URL: ftp://ftp.openldap.org/incoming/
> Submission from: (NULL) (184.108.40.206)
> Monitor-backend shutdown code could call a callback from registered subsystem
> after it is already destroyed.
> For instance, currently ldap-backend frees its own registered context (lmi_mss
> from ldap_monitor_info_t) before than monitor_back_db_destroy() will be called.
> Therefore SIGSEGV would be occur on monitor shutdown if any ldap-backend
> database is configured and such freed context will be overwrited.
> This bug could be reproduced by a filling-memory-with-non-zero before calling
> free() from glibc.
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