Date: Thu, 10 May 2007 07:02:55 +0000 (UTC) From: -.-PhanTom-.- <phantom_otw@...oo.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Potfile size limitation? Solar Designer <solar@...> writes: > > On Wed, May 09, 2007 at 10:09:54PM +0000, -. -PhanTom-. - wrote: > > I am gonna need a little more help to get this working... > > I installed gdb under cygwin, and added "-g" to the flags in the JTR > > makefile: > > > > CFLAGS = -c -Wall -O2 -fomit-frame-pointer -g > > ASFLAGS = -c > > LDFLAGS = -g > > This is almost right. You should also remove -fomit-frame-pointer in > order to get backtrace ("bt") working. Sorry, I forgot to mention that. > > > "while running under gdb, then type "bt", "i r", "disass $pc-20 $pc+20" > > in gdb (and post the output of these commands in here" > > > > (gdb) bt > > No stack. > > (gdb) i r > > The program has no registers now. > > (gdb) disass $pc-20 $pc+20 > > No registers. > > (gdb) > > > > Doesn't look right...? > > Of course it doesn't. You need to actually "run" John under gdb and > have it crash first. In John's "run" directory, you invoke gdb as: > > gdb ./john > > Then in gdb you type: > > run --show passwd > > (or whatever command-line options make John crash). When it crashes > (you should be back to a gdb prompt), you type "bt" and so on. ok, here is the output from the gdb excercise: Loaded symbols for /cygdrive/c/WINDOWS/system32/ntdll.dll Loaded symbols for /cygdrive/c/WINDOWS/system32/kernel32.dll Loaded symbols for /home/-.-PhanTom-.-/john-1.7.2/run/cygwin1.dll Loaded symbols for /cygdrive/c/WINDOWS/system32/advapi32.dll Loaded symbols for /cygdrive/c/WINDOWS/system32/rpcrt4.dll 5729 [main] john 1036 _cygtls::handle_exceptions: Exception: STATUS_ACCESS_VI OLATION 6229 [main] john 1036 open_stackdumpfile: Dumping stack trace to john.exe.sta ckdump 15935 [main] john 1036 _cygtls::handle_exceptions: Exception: STATUS_ACCESS_VI OLATION 16229 [main] john 1036 _cygtls::handle_exceptions: Error while dumping state ( probably corrupted stack) Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault. 0x61016525 in stack_info::walk () from /home/-.-PhanTom-.-/john-1.7.2/run/cygwin1.dll (gdb) bt #0 0x61016525 in stack_info::walk () from /home/-.-PhanTom-.-/john-1.7.2/run/cygwin1.dll #1 0x7c859f4c in OutputDebugStringA () from /cygdrive/c/WINDOWS/system32/kernel32.dll #2 0x40010006 in ?? () #3 0x00000000 in ?? () (gdb) i r eax 0x22b5b8 2274744 ecx 0x0 0 edx 0x6111a700 1628546816 ebx 0x22b898 2275480 esp 0x22b5b4 0x22b5b4 ebp 0x22b608 0x22b608 esi 0x22b634 2274868 edi 0x22ce64 2281060 eip 0x61016525 0x61016525 eflags 0x202 514 cs 0x1b 27 ss 0x23 35 ds 0x23 35 es 0x23 35 fs 0x3b 59 gs 0x0 0 (gdb) disass $pc-20 $pc+20 Dump of assembler code from 0x61016511 to 0x61016539: 0x61016511 <_ZN10stack_info4walkEv+17>: dec %esi 0x61016512 <_ZN10stack_info4walkEv+18>: mov %edx,0x20(%ebx) 0x61016515 <_ZN10stack_info4walkEv+21>: mov 0x14(%ebx),%eax 0x61016518 <_ZN10stack_info4walkEv+24>: test %eax,%eax 0x6101651a <_ZN10stack_info4walkEv+26>: mov %eax,0x8(%ebx) 0x6101651d <_ZN10stack_info4walkEv+29>: je 0x61016560 <_ZN10stack_info4walkE v+96> 0x6101651f <_ZN10stack_info4walkEv+31>: add $0x4,%edx 0x61016522 <_ZN10stack_info4walkEv+34>: cmpb $0x0,(%ebx) 0x61016525 <_ZN10stack_info4walkEv+37>: mov (%edx),%eax 0x61016527 <_ZN10stack_info4walkEv+39>: mov $0x1,%ecx 0x6101652c <_ZN10stack_info4walkEv+44>: mov %eax,0x14(%ebx) 0x6101652f <_ZN10stack_info4walkEv+47>: je 0x61016560 <_ZN10stack_info4walkE v+96> 0x61016531 <_ZN10stack_info4walkEv+49>: xor %ecx,%ecx 0x61016533 <_ZN10stack_info4walkEv+51>: lea 0x0(%esi),%esi End of assembler dump. (gdb) > How many entries do you have in your john.pot, though? (You can find > out with "wc -l john.pot".) $ wc -l john.pot 21100879 john.pot > If you like to experiment, you can try Cygwin's "sort -S 1G" on a large > file (your john.pot or an even larger file) and see if that crashes in a > similar way (indicating that there is a memory size limitation imposed > by Cygwin or Windows' address space layout). "sort -S 1G john.pot" - runs fine, no crashes and uses 970 MB RAM, 1 Gb VM. > > Btw, a friend tested versions 1.6.31 - 1.6.37 - same error. > > That's somewhat inconsistent with your previous report that 1.6.39 > doesn't crash. It is unlikely that I accidentally fixed a bug between > 1.6.37 and 1.6.39, but then introduced a similar one in 1.6.40. Will compile all versions from 1.6.31 -1.6.40 myself and see if they give the same error... > > Tried to compile 1.7.2 under ubuntu-7.04-desktop-amd64 - can't get > > it to compile, not even using "generic".... > > Most likely you can't compile any other C program on that system as > well. Please make sure that you have "development" packages installed - > including gcc, binutils, and perhaps libc6-dev and libc6-dev-amd64, as > well as their dependencies. (Sorry, I am not familiar with Ubuntu to > provide you with an exact list of package names.) Ah yeah, sorry. Forgot to install gcc build-essential - doh! :) However, when I compile "linux-x86-64" and test it, I don't get SSE2 - Only [64/64 BS] and a rather poor performance compared to [128/128 BS SSE2] If I try to compile "linux-x86-sse2" I get errors: "make: *** No rule to make target 'linux-x86-sse2'. Stop" libc6-dev is already installed. Trying to install libc6-amd64 I get an error about wrong architecture i386 .... 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