Subject: Re: [htdig3-dev] 3.02b2 compiled fine, but htdig not running..
From: Patrick (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Apr 12 2000 - 06:55:57 PDT
Even with -v, -vv, and -vvv, no verbose error messages are being
shown. Just the same output as below (two lines). I've re-compiled
it a couple times and the same result.
However, on a different server, still Slackware Linux (kernel v2.2.13
gcc v2.95.2), I have compiled 3.02b2 -- and this time, I get this
seg fault when I try to run htdig:
fast:/usr/src/htdig-3.2/bin# gdb htdig
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This GDB was configured as "i686-pc-linux-gnulibc1"...
(gdb) set args -v -i -c ../conf/jack.conf
Starting program: /usr/src/htdig-3.2/bin/htdig -v -i -c ../conf/htdig.conf
ht://dig Start Time: Wed Apr 12 09:51:38 2000
Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x80e13a3 in ?? ()
Current language: auto; currently c
When I just run "htdig" without any arguments, it just gives me a straight seg fault, no other error messages.
At 08:04 AM 4/12/00 -0500, Geoff Hutchison wrote: >At 12:17 AM -0400 4/12/00, Patrick wrote: >>a "-c /usr/src/htdig-3.2b2/conf/htdig.conf", it >>just yields this output: >> >>ht://dig Start Time: Tue Apr 11 23:25:59 2000 >>ht://dig End Time: Wed Apr 12 03:25:59 2000 > >Right, except if I run htdig as-is from version 3.1.x without a -v option >or anything like this, I get no output. So the lack of output itself isn't >a sign of a problem. > >If you don't have any evidence that it actually performed indexing (like >databases), you should go to the normal debugging routine of adding a few >-v flags (-vvv should still spit up HTTP headers). > >>gdb reveals nothing special. There's no sigfault. >>And what's really odd is the 4 hour difference > >Good point--I would guess there may be a bug there. :-) > >-Geoff
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