On Sun, May 26, 2013 at 9:13 PM, Renzo Davoli <re...@cs.unibo.it> wrote:
> The version I have just uploaded on SVN should fix the problem.
> Please let me know.
>                         renzo

Hello,

segfault is gone. I haven't tested anything else though(might do later).

Thanks,
Z.

> On Sun, May 26, 2013 at 07:34:40PM +0200, Zdenek Styblik wrote:
>> On Sun, May 26, 2013 at 6:35 PM, Renzo Davoli <re...@cs.unibo.it> wrote:
>> > I have tried:
>> >
>> > $ vde_switch -s /var/run/vde2//vde.virswitch0 --mgmt 
>> > /var/run/vde2//vde.virswitch0.sock --mgmtmode 660 -p 
>> > /var/run/vde2//vde.virswitch0.pid
>> >
>> > vde$ port/create 24
>> > 1000 Success
>> >
>> > vde$ port/setvlan 24 4095
>> > 1000 Success
>> >
>> > both using trunk code and rd235 experimental and I have not got any 
>> > sigsegv.
>> >
>> > If I am not able to replicate the bug here it is hard for me to catch the 
>> > bug...
>> >
>> > can you give me some more info about your configuration?
>> >
>> >         renzo davoli
>>
>> And have you actually attached QEMU to this port? Because SIGSEGV
>> happens after you attach QEMU to such port.
>>
>> ``-netdev vde,id=hostnet0,sock=/var/run/vde2/vde.virswitch0,port=24''
>>
>> Please, tell me what information would be useful to you. I'd say I
>> have pretty generic setup here.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Z.

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