On Sat, Aug 18, 2001 at 07:01:48PM -0500, Daniel M . Kurry wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 29, 2001 at 10:29:40PM +0800, some SMTP stream spewed forth: 
> > I am running -CURRENT as of 2001/01/31 12:00, more or less uneventfully 
> > for the last six months on a Dell 5000e.
> > 
> > The one problem is that X occasionally dies without coredump or cleanup with
> > the error 'X in free(): error: recursive call.'.  This usually (but not 
> > always) happens while using Mozilla with heavy window creation/deletion and
> > heavy (dialup) network activity.  This has happened under several recent 
> > versions of Mozilla, two different versions of fvwm2, with and without 
> > session managers, and with both X 4.0.3 and 4.1.0.
> *ding*
> So I'm not alone on this.
> I experienced this a while back running XF86 HEAD from cvs.
> The developers tracked it down to a signal handler calling malloc/free
> through the 3-button emulation code. 
> You could be experiencing something completely different, but they
> fixed my particular version of this problem in cvs a couple months ago 
> (I believe). 
> When experiencing the "crash", I would be heavily "clicking", 
> opening/moving/hiding/showing windows.

For the archives, my final resolution of this can be found in ports/29982.


        -Michael Robinson

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