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SVN SEGV in 1.4.0 using APR 1.2.2

From: Bruce Reed <br_at_sanssome.com>
Date: 2006-11-07 21:53:25 CET

I am seeing a SEGV in svn 1.4.0 built on Fedora Core 5 x86_64 using apr/apr-util 1.2.2. Here is a backtrace of an ls command: (gdb) run ls http://svn/hardware/testbench Starting program: /usr/local/bin/svn ls http://svn/hardware/testbench [Thread debugging using libthread_db enabled] [New Thread 46912514787536 (LWP 5164)] Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault. [Switching to Thread 46912514787536 (LWP 5164)] apr_palloc (pool=0x541a88, size=24) at apr_pools.c:609 609 if (size < (apr_size_t)(active->endp - active->first_avail)) { (gdb) backtrace #0 apr_palloc (pool=0x541a88, size=24) at apr_pools.c:609 #1 0x00002aaaaf05965c in svn_ra_dav__open (session=0x541c08, repos_URL=0x541af8 "http://svn/hardware/testbench", callbacks=0x541b18, callback_baton=0x541b58, config=0x52d848, pool=0x541a88) at subversion/libsvn_ra_dav/session.c:626 #2 0x00002aaaaad0a5eb in svn_ra_open2 (session_p=0x7fff509c5d88, repos_URL=0x541af8 "http://svn/hardware/testbench", callbacks=0x541b18, callback_baton=0x541b58, config=0x52d848, pool=0x541a88) at subversion/libsvn_ra/ra_loader.c:294 #3 0x00002aaaaaacc590 in svn_client__ra_session_from_path ( ra_session_p=0x7fff509c5e58, rev_p=0x7fff509c5e50, url_p=0x7fff509c5e40, path_or_url=0x541af8 "http://svn/hardware/testbench", peg_revision_p=0x7fff509c5ed0, revision=0x0, ctx=0x52d7d8, pool=0x541a88) at subversion/libsvn_client/ra.c:913 #4 0x00002aaaaaac8113 in svn_client_list (path_or_url=Variable "path_or_url" is not available. ) at subversion/libsvn_client/list.c:123 #5 0x000000000040803e in svn_cl__list (os=Variable "os" is not available. ) at subversion/svn/list-cmd.c:300 #6 0x000000000040a097 in main (argc=Variable "argc" is not available. ) at subversion/svn/main.c:1485 I am using the Fedora supplied apr-1-config and apu-1-config. The server is working without fault. I want to stick with the stock Apache 2.2 and APR 1.2.2 if possible. Has anyone else seen this and found a solution? Thanks, Bruce
Received on Tue Nov 7 22:15:27 2006

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