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Re: [yast-devel] openSUSE-Factory-DVD-i586-Build0567-Media.iso
On Tue, Jul 09, Josef Reidinger wrote:

On Tue, 9 Jul 2013 17:43:20 +0200
Thomas Fehr <fehr@xxxxxxx> wrote:

On Tue, Jul 09, Thomas Fehr wrote:

On Tue, Jul 09, Josef Reidinger wrote:

On Tue, 09 Jul 2013 16:47:46 +0200
Stephan Kulow <coolo@xxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi,

I tested latest Factory DVD and yast segfaults during bootloader
config ;( I would welcome if someone can have a look.

On related news: Steffen and me built a package that has all the
debuginfos used in first stage initrd and make them available
through "extend root-debuginfos" (when it's part of the install
medium of course). Not sure if you actually need it, but I found
it rather useful to have (in the NET repo).

Greetings, Stephan


Because I have suspicious that it can be caused by new core and
ycp-ui-bindings, I look at it

Where I can get such DVD?

I am currently running an installation in VirtualBox and so far
it is fine (but bootloader setup is not yet done).

I use (from Nürnberg NFS)
/mounts/dist/install/openSUSE-UNTESTED/openSUSE-Factory-DVD-i586-Build0567-Media.iso

/mount/dist is dist.suse.de:/dist

The detection of ssh as install medium is broken (bnc#825160) but
that should be unrelated. Wait for some more minutes and I will
report if install succeeded or not.

Ok, as expected crashed during bootloaders setup.
Probably interesting y2log lines are:

2013-07-09 11:33:11 <1> f232.suse.de(3135) [YCP] Bootloader.ycp:1007
sections after remapping: [] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <1>
f232.suse.de(3135) [YCP] Bootloader.ycp:605 Writing bootloader
configuration during installation 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <1>
f232.suse.de(3135) [YCP] bootloader/routines/lib_iface.ycp:76
Initializing lib for grub2 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <1> f232.suse.de(3135)
[YCP] BootArch.ycp:193 Type of architecture: i386 2013-07-09 11:33:11
<5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp] ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53
Error: signal 11 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]:
(1) /usr/lib/libzypp.so.1302 : +0x2fc99b [0xb3fc999b] 2013-07-09
11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]: (2) linux-gate.so.1 :
__kernel_sigreturn+0 [0xb772a400] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5>
f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp] ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]:
(3) /usr/lib/libycpvalues.so.6 : YCPElementRep::destroy() const+0x1e
[0xb74fc87e] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]:
(4) /usr/lib/libycpvalues.so.6 : YCPElement::operator=(YCPElement
const&)+0x2b [0xb74fcb6b] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135)
[zypp] ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]:
(5) /usr/lib/YaST2/plugin/libpy2wfm.so.2 :
Y2StdioFunction::attachParameter(YCPValue const&, int)+0 2013-07-09
11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]:
(6) /usr/lib/YaST2/plugin/libpy2wfm.so.2 :
Y2SystemFunction::attachParameter(YCPValue const&, int)+ 2013-07-09
11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]: (7) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 :
YEFunction::evaluate(bool)+0x2ce [0xb761a10e] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5>
f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp] ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]:
(8) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 : YSExpression::evaluate(bool)+0x34
[0xb76243b4] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]: (9) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 :
YBlock::evaluate(bool)+0x1f0 [0xb7641420] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5>
f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp] ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]:
(10) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 : Y2YCPFunction::evaluateCall()+0x279
[0xb760caf9] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]: (11) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 :
YEFunction::evaluate(bool)+0x5e4 [0xb761a424] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5>
f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp] ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]:
(12) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 : YSExpression::evaluate(bool)+0x34
[0xb76243b4] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]: (13) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 :
YBlock::evaluate(bool)+0x1f0 [0xb7641420] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5>
f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp] ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]:
(14) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 : Y2YCPFunction::evaluateCall()+0x279
[0xb760caf9] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]: (15) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 :
YEFunctionPointer::evaluate(bool)+0x7bb [0xb760b51b] 2013-07-09
11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]: (16) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 :
YSReturn::evaluate(bool)+0x4e [0xb7624fee] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5>
f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp] ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]:
(17) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 : YBlock::evaluate(bool)+0x1f0 [0xb7641420]
2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]: (18) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 :
Y2YCPFunction::evaluateCall()+0x279 [0xb760caf9] 2013-07-09 11:33:11
<5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp] ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]:
(19) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 : YEFunction::evaluate(bool)+0x5e4
[0xb761a424] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]: (20) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 :
YSAssign::evaluate(bool)+0x3e [0xb762447e] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5>
f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp] ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]:
(21) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 : YBlock::evaluate(bool)+0x1f0 [0xb7641420]
2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]: (22) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 :
YSBlock::evaluate(bool)+0x24 [0xb76241f4] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5>
f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp] ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]:
(23) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 : YSIf::evaluate(bool)+0x233 [0xb762a533]
2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]: (24) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 :
YBlock::evaluate(bool)+0x1f0 [0xb7641420] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5>
f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp] ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]:
(25) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 : Y2YCPFunction::evaluateCall()+0x279
[0xb760caf9] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]: (26) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 :
YEFunction::evaluate(bool)+0x5e4 [0xb761a424] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5>
f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp] ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]:
(27) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 : YSAssign::evaluate(bool)+0x3e
[0xb762447e] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]: (28) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 :
YBlock::evaluate(bool)+0x1f0 [0xb7641420] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5>
f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp] ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]:
(29) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 : YSBlock::evaluate(bool)+0x24 [0xb76241f4]
2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]: (30) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 :
YSIf::evaluate(bool)+0x233 [0xb762a533] 2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5>
f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp] ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]:
(31) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 : YBlock::evaluate(bool)+0x1f0 [0xb7641420]
2013-07-09 11:33:11 <5> f232.suse.de(3135) [zypp]
ZYppFactory.cc(sigsegvHandler):53 [bt]: (32) /usr/lib/libycp.so.5 :
YSBlock::evaluate(bool)+0x24 [0xb76241f4]

Complete y2log is at ~fehr/y2log_crash_bootloader

Inst-sys is still running.
If needed you could ssh into 10.120.66.232 password is "emil"

Bye,
Thomas Fehr

OK, so line which cause problem is
https://github.com/yast/yast-core/blob/master/libycp/src/YCPElement.cc#L95

now I need to find why there is something in element when attaching
parameters to remote call.

Maybe this is one of the rare cases where having yast2 running with
Y2DEBUG set would give some additonal useful information...

If it helps I can simply restart install with Y2DEBUG set.
Sould I?

Bye,
Thomas Fehr
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