On Thu, Apr 01, 2010 at 06:07:26PM +0800, Martin Aspeli wrote: > I'm not sure if this is a Python issue or a zope issue. We're getting a > segfault on 64-bit SuSE Linux (SLES 11), originating from > z3c.autoinclude, which in turn called zope.configuration's <include /> > implementation. This calls expat, which then crashes (no error, log > message, or core file, but it has all the markings of a segfault) during > parsing of the file.
On recent Ubuntu versions segfaults get recorded in dmesg and end up in /var/log/kern.log like this: Mar 22 02:10:03 fridge kernel: [7804719.781375] python: segfault at 7fff84a7c000 ip 00007fff83aae7cb sp 00007fff84a7bd98 error 7 in libc-2.9.so[7fff83a2b000+168000] I assume that's a standard kernel feature now (we've 2.6.28, x86_64). > The weird thing is that it's not parsing of any file: it happens during > a standard configure.zcml (for the collective.xdv package), but > z3c.autoinclude itself is invoked from another ZCML file, so it must've > been able to read that. > > Any tips on how to debug or similar experiences would be appreciated! Can you reproduce this, reliably? I'd be reaching for python/expat debug symbols and gdb, probably. Marius Gedminas -- http://pov.lt/ -- Zope 3 consulting and development
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