Re: [crossfire] New server crashing today - trunk

2011-11-17 Thread Rick Tanner
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 The issue or cause for this crash was the plugins. To resolve the issue, remove the following plugins and then re-build the server. cfanim.so cfpython.so citylife.so -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.7 (Darwin) Comment: Using

Re: [crossfire] New server crashing today - trunk

2011-11-17 Thread Rick Tanner
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 The issue or cause for this crash was the plugins. To resolve the issue, remove the following plugins and then re-build the server. cfanim.so cfpython.so citylife.so -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.7 (Darwin) Comment: Using

[crossfire] New server crashing today - trunk

2011-11-06 Thread James Lopeman
Entering the Scorn and Navar World maps crashes the server. Invidious and Leaf's test server. [15:28] meflin (gdb) bt full [15:28] meflin #0 0x002c0866 in ?? () [15:28] meflin No symbol table info available. Not sure what to make of it. Meflin James Lopeman

Re: [crossfire] New server crashing today - trunk

2011-11-06 Thread James Lopeman
Invidious is compiled with export CFLAGS=-O0 -ggdb3 Meflin On Sunday, November 06, 2011 04:57:07 PM David McIlwraith wrote: You may want to recompile with -O0 (no optimisations) and -ggdb... that backtrace is not going to help much. Regards, - David McIlwraith 2c93e...@gmail.com On

Re: [crossfire] New server crashing today - trunk

2011-11-06 Thread David McIlwraith
Hi, How very strange. Sounds like rather serious stack corruption, but that *should* be caught more readily than that... the offset is certainly well outside any real code, so there is a buffer overflow that has been introduced. Forgive me for being overly presumptuous re: compilation parameters.

Re: [crossfire] New server crashing today - trunk

2011-11-06 Thread Alex Schultz
Uggh... nasty stack corruption in that case I guess? Once upon a time, I saw the old weather code (now removed) having issues that prevented a useful backtrace from existing. Perhaps similar in this case... Regards, Alex On Sun, 6 Nov 2011 17:02:19 -0700 James Lopeman mef...@meflin.net wrote: