Hi Al,

I attach again the output of the call with --debug and the backtrace. It
was the first time that I used gdb, so I hope I understood the tutorials
:)

At the moment I'm not able to run ipmi-sensors locally, because I'm not
root on "gtseval" (the host of gtseval-ipmi) and I've to wait until I get
rw-rights for /dev/ipmi0 again. And we have week-end ;)

You are right, I'm running the IPMItool and FreeIPMI on an i386. On
gtseval is a 64bit-System, so perhaps this is the reason for not crashing
locally.

Have a nice Sunday,
Gregor


> Hey Gregor,
>
> Can't see anything suspicuous in the code.  Here's another tar.gz that I
> added a whole bunch of extra printfs to try and give me more information,
> could you run again (./configure --enable-debug and run ipmi-sensors with
> --debug again).  Also, you mentioned that ipmi-sensors completes locally
> without issue.  Are the number of sensor listed below (ending w/ CPU1 Dmn
> 1 Temp) the same as the number of sensors listed when you run locally?
>
> Also, is a core dump being output by this crash?  Could you run gdb
> against the core and get a backtrace?  That'd be a lot of help too.
>
> Thanks for helping me look into this,
>
> Al
>
>> Hi Al,
>>
>> thanks for your fast answer.
>>
>> I've tested your test-version and it seems to be on the correct way. It
>> still crashes, but now I get sensor-data :) :
>>
>> [...]
>>
>
>
> --
> Albert Chu
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> 925-422-5311
> Computer Scientist
> High Performance Systems Division
> Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
>

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