On 05/16/2018 10:03 PM, Jonathan Vaughn wrote:
I've been just using the packages from Fedora. I can build it potentially but I don't have a cross build environment set up at the moment. From experience I'd want to do that first because building anything on the Pi usually takes ages.

I'd been "redacting" the hostnames but I'll stop bothering since it looks like we're getting far enough into the weeds now that the difference in string lengths after "redacting" might actually be a red herring.

(gdb) p *agmt
$1 = {hostname = 0x1ef9be0 "ipa-12.creatuity.internal", port = 389, transport_flags = 0, binddn = 0x1e8f650 "", creds = 0x1e8f7a0, bindmethod = 3, replarea = 0x1ef9480,   frac_attrs = 0x1ef99c0, frac_attrs_total = 0x1ef9a40, frac_attr_total_defined = 1, schedule = 0x1a7f0c0, auto_initialize = 502, dn = 0x1ef8d00, rdn = 0x1ef8c20,   long_name = 0x1a7f100 "agmt=\"cn=meToipa-12.creatuity.internal\" (ipa-12:5)", protocol = 0x19c2930, changecounters = 0x186d180, num_changecounters = 0,   max_changecounters = 256, last_update_start_time = 1526500697, last_update_end_time = 1526500697,   last_update_status = "Error (0) Replica acquired successfully: Incremental update succeeded", '\000' <repeats 954 times>, update_in_progress = 0, is_enabled = 1,   last_init_start_time = 0, last_init_end_time = 0, last_init_status = '\000' <repeats 1023 times>, lock = 0x1ee3740, consumerRUV = 0x1f14e50,   consumerSchemaCSN = 0x317c520, consumerRID = 4, tmpConsumerRID = 0, timeout = 120, stop_in_progress = 0, busywaittime = 0, pausetime = 0, priv = 0x0,   attrs_to_strip = 0x1ef9ba0, agreement_type = 0, protocol_timeout = 0x1e8f5f0, maxcsn = 0x0, flowControlWindow = 1000, flowControlPause = 2000, ignoreMissingChange = 0,
  attr_lock = 0x1ef9c20, WaitForAsyncResults = 100}
(gdb) p *agmt->replarea
$2 = {flag = 15 '\017', udn = 0x1efce80 "dc=creatuity,dc=internal", dn = 0x1ef9460 "dc=creatuity,dc=internal", ndn = 0x1ef8ec0 "dc=creatuity,dc=internal", ndn_len = 24}
(gdb) p *agmt->rdn
$3 = {flag = 0 '\000', rdn = 0x19c2840 "cn=meToipa-12.creatuity.internal", rdns = 0x0, butcheredupto = -1, nrdn = 0x0, all_rdns = 0x0, all_nrdns = 0x0}

[root@ipa-11 ~]# grep -r PRId64 /usr/include/*
/usr/include/inttypes.h:# define PRId64  __PRI64_PREFIX "d"
[root@ipa-11 ~]# grep -r PRIu16 /usr/include/*
/usr/include/inttypes.h:# define PRIu16         "u"



On Wed, May 16, 2018 at 2:55 PM, Mark Reynolds <mreyno...@redhat.com <mailto:mreyno...@redhat.com>> wrote:



    On 05/16/2018 03:43 PM, Jonathan Vaughn wrote:
    The installed version of 389* is 1.3.7.10-1.fc27 for armv7hl,
    which appears to be the latest available version.

    Perhaps something is off with the inttypes on Raspberry.  Are you
    building this yourself on Raspberry? Can we make code changes and
    compile/install them?

    Before we do that though, in gdb can you run these commands in the
    same gdb frame:

    (gdb) p *agmt->replarea
    (gdb) p *agmt->rdn


    Then do:

    # grep -r PRId64 /usr/include/*
    # grep -r PRIu16 /usr/include/*


    So if you can compile the source, then change this line in
    ldap/servers/plugins/replication/repl5_agmt.c:3036, but don't do
    this yet until you get me the info I just requested.

    From:

                    agmt->maxcsn = slapi_ch_smprintf("%s;%s;%s;%"
    PRId64 ";%" PRIu16 ";%s", slapi_sdn_get_dn(agmt->replarea),
    slapi_rdn_get_value_by_ref(slapi_rdn_get_rdn(agmt->rdn)),
    agmt->hostname,
    agmt->port, agmt->consumerRID, maxcsn);

    To:

                    agmt->maxcsn =
    slapi_ch_smprintf("%s;%s;%s;%ld;%d;%s",
    slapi_sdn_get_dn(agmt->replarea),
    slapi_rdn_get_value_by_ref(slapi_rdn_get_rdn(agmt->rdn)),
    agmt->hostname,
    (long)agmt->port, (int)agmt->consumerRID, maxcsn);


    Thanks,
    Mark


    On Wed, May 16, 2018 at 2:38 PM, Jonathan Vaughn
    <jonat...@creatuity.com <mailto:jonat...@creatuity.com>> wrote:


The agreement structure looks valid to me. it should not lead to a crash.

What looks weird to me is the order of the arguments of cvt_s.
It is called: rv = cvt_s(ss, u.s, width, prec, flags);
But the crashing thread shows the opposite order: flags, prec,width, str, ss

The others frame do not show this change of order.
Also 'str=4' that would be a meaningful value for 'prec=4'.

From debug perspective I only imagine disassemble the two last frames to confirm parameters.
What are the nspr rpms ?



        (gdb) up
        #1  0xb6926b40 in cvt_s (flags=0, prec=<optimized out>,
        width=0, str=0x4 <error: Cannot access memory at address
        0x4>, ss=<optimized out>)
            at ../../.././nspr/pr/src/io/prprf.c:374
        374             slen = strlen(str);
        (gdb) up
        #2  dosprintf (ss=ss@entry=0x9e06e4bc, fmt=0xb34b0df2 "",
        fmt@entry=0xb34da770 <agmt_set> "\360\317p\002", ap=...) at
        ../../.././nspr/pr/src/io/prprf.c:1018
        1018                rv = cvt_s(ss, u.s, width, prec, flags);
        (gdb) up
        #3  0xb6926c8c in PR_vsmprintf (fmt=fmt@entry=0xb34da770
        <agmt_set> "\360\317p\002", ap=..., ap@entry=...) at
        ../../.././nspr/pr/src/io/prprf.c:1184
        1184        rv = dosprintf(&ss, fmt, ap);
        (gdb) up
        #4  0xb6de9d18 in slapi_ch_smprintf (fmt=0xb34b0de0
        "%s;%s;%s;%ld;%d;%s") at ldap/servers/slapd/ch_malloc.c:331
        331         p = PR_vsmprintf(fmt, ap);
        (gdb) up
        #5  0xb34625a4 in agmt_update_maxcsn (r=r@entry=0x2737810,
        sdn=0x38d9a40, sdn@entry=0x10, op=<optimized out>, mods=0x10,
        mods@entry=0x27d0100, csn=csn@entry=0x38de350)
            at ldap/servers/plugins/replication/repl5_agmt.c:3036
        3036                    agmt->maxcsn =
        slapi_ch_smprintf("%s;%s;%s;%ld;%d;%s",
        slapi_sdn_get_dn(agmt->replarea),
        (gdb) p *agmt
        $1 = {hostname = 0x2757be0 "ipa-12.company.internal", port =
        389, transport_flags = 0, binddn = 0x26ed650 "", creds =
        0x26ed7a0, bindmethod = 3, replarea = 0x2757480,
          frac_attrs = 0x27579c0, frac_attrs_total = 0x2757a40,
        frac_attr_total_defined = 1, schedule = 0x22dd0c0,
        auto_initialize = 502, dn = 0x2756d00, rdn = 0x2756c20,
          long_name = 0x22dd100
        "agmt=\"cn=meToipa-12.company.internal\" (ipa-12:5)",
        protocol = 0x2220930, changecounters = 0x20cb180,
        num_changecounters = 0,
          max_changecounters = 256, last_update_start_time =
        1526499214, last_update_end_time = 1526499214,
          last_update_status = "Error (0) Replica acquired
        successfully: Incremental update succeeded", '\000' <repeats
        954 times>, update_in_progress = 0, is_enabled = 1,
          last_init_start_time = 0, last_init_end_time = 0,
        last_init_status = '\000' <repeats 1023 times>, lock =
        0x2741740, consumerRUV = 0x2772e50,
          consumerSchemaCSN = 0x39da520, consumerRID = 4,
        tmpConsumerRID = 0, timeout = 120, stop_in_progress = 0,
        busywaittime = 0, pausetime = 0, priv = 0x0,
          attrs_to_strip = 0x2757ba0, agreement_type = 0,
        protocol_timeout = 0x26ed5f0, maxcsn = 0x0, flowControlWindow
        = 1000, flowControlPause = 2000, ignoreMissingChange = 0,
          attr_lock = 0x2757c20, WaitForAsyncResults = 100}


        On Tue, May 15, 2018 at 5:36 PM, Mark Reynolds
        <mreyno...@redhat.com <mailto:mreyno...@redhat.com>> wrote:

            This looks really familiar and I thought it was fixed. 
            It should have been fixed in 1.3.7.10-1
            (https://pagure.io/389-ds-base/issue/49618
            <https://pagure.io/389-ds-base/issue/49618>).   In your
            debug session go "up" into agmt_maxcsn_update() and do:

            (gdb) p *agmt

            Then send us that output please.

            Thanks,
            Mark


            On 05/15/2018 05:29 PM, Jonathan Vaughn via FreeIPA-users
            wrote:
            Here is a backtrace from live gdb after the segfault.
            Looks like things went wrong somewhere during in the
            replication code ?

            Thread 36 "ns-slapd" received signal SIGSEGV,
            Segmentation fault.
            [Switching to Thread 0x9e0bc280 (LWP 4662)]
            strlen () at ../sysdeps/arm/armv6t2/strlen.S:142
            142  ldrd    data1a, data1b, [src]
            (gdb) bt
            #0  0xb6728f2e in strlen () at
            ../sysdeps/arm/armv6t2/strlen.S:142
            #1  0xb6973b40 in cvt_s (flags=0, prec=<optimized out>,
            width=0, str=0x4 <error: Cannot access memory at address
            0x4>, ss=<optimized out>)
                at ../../.././nspr/pr/src/io/prprf.c:374
            #2  0xb6973b40 in dosprintf (ss=ss@entry=0x9e0bb4bc,
            fmt=0xb34fddf2 "", fmt@entry=0xb3527770 <agmt_set>
            "\360\357\305\002", ap=...)
                at ../../.././nspr/pr/src/io/prprf.c:1018
            #3  0xb6973c8c in PR_vsmprintf (fmt=fmt@entry=0xb3527770
            <agmt_set> "\360\357\305\002", ap=..., ap@entry=...) at
            ../../.././nspr/pr/src/io/prprf.c:1184
            #4  0xb6e36d18 in slapi_ch_smprintf (fmt=0xb34fdde0
            "%s;%s;%s;%ld;%d;%s") at ldap/servers/slapd/ch_malloc.c:331
            #5  0xb34af5a4 in agmt_update_maxcsn
            (r=r@entry=0x2c89810, sdn=0x3e2bac0, sdn@entry=0x10,
            op=<optimized out>, mods=0x10, mods@entry=0x3eec100,
            csn=csn@entry=0x3e30220)
                at ldap/servers/plugins/replication/repl5_agmt.c:3036
            #6  0xb34bd424 in write_changelog_and_ruv
            (pb=pb@entry=0x2cb54a0) at
            ldap/servers/plugins/replication/repl5_plugins.c:1124
            #7  0xb34be7ec in multimaster_be_betxnpostop_add
            (pb=0x2cb54a0) at
            ldap/servers/plugins/replication/repl5_plugins.c:855
            #8  0xb34be880 in multimaster_mmr_postop (pb=<optimized
            out>, flags=560) at
            ldap/servers/plugins/replication/repl5_plugins.c:616
            #9  0xb6e8fcf0 in plugin_call_mmr_plugin_postop
            (pb=pb@entry=0x2cb54a0, e=e@entry=0x0,
            flags=flags@entry=560) at ldap/servers/slapd/plugin_mmr.c:65
            #10 0xb35ba870 in ldbm_back_add (pb=0x2cb54a0) at
            ldap/servers/slapd/back-ldbm/ldbm_add.c:1218
            #11 0xb6e2ce4c in op_shared_add (pb=pb@entry=0x2cb54a0)
            at ldap/servers/slapd/add.c:679
            #12 0xb6e2d35c in add_internal_pb
            (pb=pb@entry=0x2cb54a0) at ldap/servers/slapd/add.c:407
            #13 0xb6e2e0f8 in slapi_add_internal_pb
            (pb=pb@entry=0x2cb54a0) at ldap/servers/slapd/add.c:332
            #14 0xb368db50 in ipa_topo_util_segment_write
            (tconf=tconf@entry=0x2cb5860,
            tsegm=tsegm@entry=0x3f2d9a0) at topology_util.c:1251
            #15 0xb368e01c in ipa_topo_util_update_agmt_list
            (conf=0x2cb5860, repl_segments=<optimized out>) at
            topology_util.c:696
            #16 0xb368891c in ipa_topo_apply_shared_config () at
            topology_init.c:165
            #17 0xb6e4e65c in eq_call_all () at
            ldap/servers/slapd/eventq.c:278
            #18 0xb6e4e65c in eq_loop (arg=<optimized out>) at
            ldap/servers/slapd/eventq.c:323
            #19 0xb6982d68 in _pt_root (arg=0x2c8da40) at
            ../../.././nspr/pr/src/pthreads/ptthread.c:201
            #20 0xb6906ee8 in start_thread (arg=0x9e0bc280) at
            pthread_create.c:465
            #21 0xb6785da8 in None () at
            ../sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/arm/clone.S:73


            On Tue, May 15, 2018 at 3:01 AM, thierry bordaz
            <tbor...@redhat.com <mailto:tbor...@redhat.com>> wrote:

                Hi Jonathan,

                This problem looks new to me and has something
                specific to your environment.
                I think the best approach is to continue to debug on
                your system if you have the possibility to do so.

                From strace we can see that DS started smoothly
                (created its pid file then notified systemd it was
                running fine). According to the pstack nunc-stans
                was running and was able to accept network events
                even if it appears it detected no incoming connection.
                So the server should be ready to serve for some
                seconds (more than a minute), then it crashed with
                one thread dereferencing likely a wrong pointer.

                Could you attach a debugger when the server is
                started and wait for the sigsegv to occur. Then
                confirm the crashing thread backstack.
                If it is confirmed, I am afraid this is a stack
                corruption and valgrind could help
                
(http://www.port389.org/docs/389ds/FAQ/faq.html#debugging-memory-growthinvalid-access-with-valgrind
                
<http://www.port389.org/docs/389ds/FAQ/faq.html#debugging-memory-growthinvalid-access-with-valgrind>).

                best regards
                thierry


                On 05/14/2018 10:20 PM, Jonathan Vaughn wrote:
                Here's a strace from before it dies. Most of the
                elapsed time is it waiting on some futex call it
                looks like near the end, when it finally "returns"
                (from lack of strace output for duration of call I
                assume it didn't actually return but SIGSEGV in
                that call) and strace prints ' = ?' on the futex it
                then immediately reports SIGSEGV after. So maybe
                the problem is that futex call, which may mean the
                problem is not directly in 389DS / FreeIPA itself?



                15:13:31.626587 (+  0.000630) listen(8, 128) = 0
                <0.000068>
                15:13:31.626857 (+  0.000235) listen(9, 128) = 0
                <0.000048>
                15:13:31.627111 (+  0.000251)
                clock_gettime(CLOCK_MONOTONIC, {tv_sec=1464932,
                tv_nsec=41120614}) = 0 <0.000085>
                15:13:31.627457 (+  0.000356)
                clock_gettime(CLOCK_REALTIME, {tv_sec=1526328811,
                tv_nsec=627560772}) = 0 <0.000043>
                15:13:31.631233 (+  0.003839)
                clock_gettime(CLOCK_MONOTONIC, {tv_sec=1464932,
                tv_nsec=45286796}) = 0 <0.000077>
                15:13:31.631720 (+  0.000427)
                clock_gettime(CLOCK_MONOTONIC, {tv_sec=1464932,
                tv_nsec=45661430}) = 0 <0.000042>
                15:13:31.631955 (+  0.000220)
                clock_gettime(CLOCK_REALTIME, {tv_sec=1526328811,
                tv_nsec=632049036}) = 0 <0.000047>
                15:13:31.635669 (+  0.003785)
                clock_gettime(CLOCK_MONOTONIC, {tv_sec=1464932,
                tv_nsec=49725840}) = 0 <0.000146>
                15:13:31.636484 (+  0.000784) write(16, "a", 1) = 1
                <0.000118>
                15:13:31.636855 (+  0.000341) sched_yield() = 0
                <0.000252>
                15:13:31.637322 (+  0.000470) futex(0x1cb57a0,
                FUTEX_WAKE_PRIVATE, 1) = 1 <0.000088>
                15:13:31.637897 (+  0.000610) write(16, "a", 1) = 1
                <0.000221>
                15:13:31.638394 (+  0.000467) sched_yield() = 0
                <0.000047>
                15:13:31.638619 (+  0.000202) futex(0x1cb5710,
                FUTEX_WAKE_PRIVATE, 1) = 1 <0.000065>
                15:13:31.638908 (+  0.000298) openat(AT_FDCWD,
                "/var/run/dirsrv/slapd-COMPANY-INTERNAL.pid",
                O_WRONLY|O_CREAT|O_TRUNC, 0666) = 33 <0.000831>
                15:13:31.640260 (+  0.001387) getpid() = 32353
                <0.000077>
                15:13:31.640558 (+  0.000256) fstat64(33,
                {st_mode=S_IFREG|0644, st_size=0, ...}) = 0 <0.000119>
                15:13:31.641106 (+  0.000556) write(33, "32353\n",
                6) = 6 <0.000127>
                15:13:31.641472 (+  0.000362) close(33) = 0 <0.000519>
                15:13:31.642216 (+  0.000758)
                chmod("/var/run/dirsrv/slapd-COMPANY-INTERNAL.pid",
                0644) = 0 <0.000152>
                15:13:31.642900 (+  0.000679)
                clock_gettime(CLOCK_REALTIME, {tv_sec=1526328811,
                tv_nsec=643020294}) = 0 <0.000056>
                15:13:31.643495 (+  0.000590) write(2,
                "[14/May/2018:15:13:31.643020294 "..., 134) = 134
                <0.002697>
                15:13:31.646515 (+  0.003052)
                clock_gettime(CLOCK_REALTIME, {tv_sec=1526328811,
                tv_nsec=646694394}) = 0 <0.000075>
                15:13:31.646892 (+  0.000337) write(4,
                "[14/May/2018:15:13:31.646694394 "..., 134) = 134
                <0.000522>
                15:13:31.647841 (+  0.000973) fsync(4) = 0 <0.005967>
                15:13:31.654425 (+  0.006617)
                clock_gettime(CLOCK_REALTIME, {tv_sec=1526328811,
                tv_nsec=654598946}) = 0 <0.000253>
                15:13:31.655137 (+  0.000717) write(2,
                "[14/May/2018:15:13:31.654598946 "..., 136) = 136
                <0.002427>
                15:13:31.658312 (+  0.003165)
                clock_gettime(CLOCK_REALTIME, {tv_sec=1526328811,
                tv_nsec=658486117}) = 0 <0.000251>
                15:13:31.659032 (+  0.000682) write(4,
                "[14/May/2018:15:13:31.658486117 "..., 136) = 136
                <0.000346>
                15:13:31.659623 (+  0.000595) fsync(4) = 0 <0.003311>
                15:13:31.663230 (+  0.003642) getpid() = 32353
                <0.000045>
                15:13:31.663732 (+  0.000454) socket(AF_UNIX,
                SOCK_DGRAM|SOCK_CLOEXEC, 0) = 33 <0.000296>
                15:13:31.664760 (+  0.001048) getsockopt(33,
                SOL_SOCKET, SO_SNDBUF, [163840], [4]) = 0 <0.000108>
                15:13:31.665141 (+  0.000386) setsockopt(33,
                SOL_SOCKET, SO_SNDBUFFORCE, [8388608], 4) = -1
                EPERM (Operation not permitted) <0.000051>
                15:13:31.665500 (+  0.000334) setsockopt(33,
                SOL_SOCKET, SO_SNDBUF, [8388608], 4) = 0 <0.000229>
                15:13:31.665973 (+  0.000468) sendmsg(33,
                {msg_name={sa_family=AF_UNIX,
                sun_path="/run/systemd/notify"}, msg_namelen=21,
                msg_iov=[{iov_base="READY=1\nSTATUS=slapd started:
                Re"..., iov_len=69}], msg_iovlen=1,
                msg_controllen=0, msg_flags=0}, MSG_NOSIGNAL) = 69
                <0.000600>
                15:13:31.667270 (+  0.001334) close(33) = 0 <0.003140>
                15:13:31.677320 (+  0.010146) futex(0xb31122e8,
                FUTEX_WAIT, 32357, NULL) = ?
                15:14:27.661809 (+ 55.984448) +++ killed by SIGSEGV
                (core dumped) +++

                On Mon, May 14, 2018 at 10:27 AM, thierry bordaz
                <tbor...@redhat.com <mailto:tbor...@redhat.com>> wrote:

                    Hi Jonathan,

                    This is weird as the crashing thread stack
                    looks truncated (did you copy/paste all of it ?)

                    Thread 1 (Thread 0x9e13c280 (LWP 17245)):
                    #0 0xb67bbf2e in strlen () at /lib/libc.so.6
                    #1 0xb6a06b40 in dosprintf () at /lib/libnspr4.so
                    #2 0x00000000 in None ()

                    Did you install 389-ds-base-debuginfo ?
                    How did you get that backtrace ? from a core
                    dumped, pstack ? Can you attach a debugger
                    before the crash occurs ?

                    It looks it crashed soon at startup, could it
                    be related to a broken dse.ldif. It should
                    exists a dse.ldif.OK, is it possibly to try to
                    start with it ?

                    best regards
                    thierry

                    On 05/12/2018 01:22 AM, Jonathan Vaughn via
                    FreeIPA-users wrote:
                    Not sure if it makes a difference... I was
                    looking into this again and realized I had a
                    bunch of messages from gdb telling me to
                    install more debuginfo. I've done that now,
                    here it is again freshly run through gdb

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                    ...

                    Thread 1 (Thread 0x9e13c280 (LWP 17245)):
                    #0 0xb67bbf2e in strlen () at /lib/libc.so.6
                    #1 0xb6a06b40 in dosprintf () at /lib/libnspr4.so
                    #2 0x00000000 in None ()



                        On Tue, May 8, 2018 at 7:52 AM, Rob
                        Crittenden <rcrit...@redhat.com
                        <mailto:rcrit...@redhat.com>> wrote:

                            Jonathan Vaughn via FreeIPA-users wrote:

                                Still trying to figure this out.
                                It looks like slapd is dying, I
                                thought it was still running for
                                some reason.

                                slapd is dying to segfault. strace
                                of it happening doesn't seem to
                                reveal much:


                            A stack trace would very much help
                            trying to track down the cause.

                            
http://directory.fedoraproject.org/docs/389ds/FAQ/faq.html#debugging-crashes
                            
<http://directory.fedoraproject.org/docs/389ds/FAQ/faq.html#debugging-crashes>

                            rob


                                18:32:41.543717 (+     0.000801)
                                openat(AT_FDCWD,
                                "/var/run/dirsrv/slapd-COMPANY-INTERNAL.pid",
                                O_WRONLY|O_CREAT|O_TRUNC, 0666) = 32
                                18:32:41.544907 (+     0.001195)
                                getpid() = 16014
                                18:32:41.545269 (+     0.000329)
                                fstat64(32, {st_mode=S_IFREG|0644,
                                st_size=0, ...}) = 0
                                18:32:41.545799 (+     0.000536)
                                write(32, "16014\n", 6) = 6
                                18:32:41.546603 (+     0.000818)
                                close(32) = 0
                                18:32:41.547061 (+     0.000448)
                                
chmod("/var/run/dirsrv/slapd-COMPANY-INTERNAL.pid",
                                0644) = 0
                                18:32:41.547741 (+     0.000676)
                                clock_gettime(CLOCK_REALTIME,
                                {tv_sec=1525735961,
                                tv_nsec=548030641}) = 0
                                18:32:41.548324 (+     0.000587)
                                write(2,
                                "[07/May/2018:18:32:41.548030641
                                "..., 134) = 134
                                18:32:41.551096 (+     0.002840)
                                clock_gettime(CLOCK_REALTIME,
                                {tv_sec=1525735961,
                                tv_nsec=551287555}) = 0
                                18:32:41.551568 (+     0.000406)
                                write(4,
                                "[07/May/2018:18:32:41.551287555
                                "..., 134) = 134
                                18:32:41.552360 (+     0.000811)
                                fsync(4) = 0
                                18:32:41.558499 (+     0.006170)
                                clock_gettime(CLOCK_REALTIME,
                                {tv_sec=1525735961,
                                tv_nsec=558678099}) = 0
                                18:32:41.558901 (+     0.000350)
                                write(2,
                                "[07/May/2018:18:32:41.558678099
                                "..., 136) = 136
                                18:32:41.561537 (+     0.002680)
                                clock_gettime(CLOCK_REALTIME,
                                {tv_sec=1525735961,
                                tv_nsec=561718659}) = 0
                                18:32:41.562357 (+     0.000793)
                                write(4,
                                "[07/May/2018:18:32:41.561718659
                                "..., 136) = 136
                                18:32:41.563293 (+     0.001148)
                                fsync(4) = 0
                                18:32:41.566928 (+     0.003452)
                                getpid() = 16014
                                18:32:41.567712 (+     0.000752)
                                socket(AF_UNIX,
                                SOCK_DGRAM|SOCK_CLOEXEC, 0) = 32
                                18:32:41.568628 (+     0.000912)
                                getsockopt(32, SOL_SOCKET,
                                SO_SNDBUF, [163840], [4]) = 0
                                18:32:41.568972 (+     0.000319)
                                setsockopt(32, SOL_SOCKET,
                                SO_SNDBUFFORCE, [8388608], 4) = -1
                                EPERM (Operation not permitted)
                                18:32:41.569548 (+     0.000589)
                                setsockopt(32, SOL_SOCKET,
                                SO_SNDBUF, [8388608], 4) = 0
                                18:32:41.570064 (+     0.000513)
                                sendmsg(32,
                                {msg_name={sa_family=AF_UNIX,
                                sun_path="/run/systemd/notify"},
                                msg_namelen=21,
                                msg_iov=[{iov_base="READY=1\nSTATUS=slapd
                                started: Re"..., iov_len=69}],
                                msg_iovlen=1, msg_controllen=0,
                                msg_flags=0}, MSG_NOSIGNAL) = 69
                                18:32:41.570845 (+     0.000789)
                                close(32) = 0
                                18:32:41.576358 (+     0.005575)
                                futex(0xb30ed2e8, FUTEX_WAIT,
                                16016, NULL) = ?
                                18:33:01.730774 (+    20.154428)
                                +++ killed by SIGSEGV +++







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