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Re: Subversion 1.4.0 crashes in libapr.dll on Windows

From: Kenneth Porter <shiva_at_sewingwitch.com>
Date: 2006-10-27 02:30:29 CEST

--On Tuesday, October 10, 2006 7:06 PM -0600 "D.J. Heap" <djheap@gmail.com>

> Has this been recreated with a trunk build? I provided a trunk build
> to the first reporter (I think that is who it was) and they said it
> started working fine. Maybe we just need to identify a fix to
> backport.
> I haven't been able to get far with the minidumps. We really need to
> reproduce it or have someone who can be willing to debug it
> themselves.

I just encountered it again on an svn import. I let VS2005 load it for
post-mortem. I grabbed the 1.4.0 source zips and pointed the debugger at
those. It has a little trouble lining up the symbols but I think I see
what's happening from looking at the disassembly and the structure

In this case the failure happens after the commit has completed and when
the committed message is about to be sent to stdout.

Around line 242 of apr_hash.c is this loop:

    for (hep = &ht->array[hash & ht->max], he = *hep;
         he; hep = &he->next, he = *hep) {
        if (he->hash == hash
            && he->klen == klen
            && memcmp(he->key, key, klen) == 0)

The failure occurs in the memcmp (which is inlined with a REPE CMPS).
he->key (0xFAD6B8) is pointing to non-existent memory. It seems to be
pointing to just after the hash entry memory. (he is 0xFAB8D0.) The rest of
the hash entry looks sane (has correct hash value and key length). I'm
wondering if the key was prematurely freed and the page was released.

I also chased the next pointer and looked at its key, and it has the same
issue. So the block holding the keys for this table seems to have been
released from VM.

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