Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2021 09:48:58 -0400 From: Rich Felker <dalias@...c.org> To: Ivo Palli <Ivo.Palli@...esnet.nl> Cc: "musl@...ts.openwall.com" <musl@...ts.openwall.com> Subject: Re: Musl compiled gawk coredumps. How to find out where? On Fri, Sep 24, 2021 at 01:02:27PM +0000, Ivo Palli wrote: > That helped! > > (gdb) backtrace > #0 __restore_sigs (set=set@...ry=0x7fff62ee5de0) at ./arch/x86_64/syscall_arch.h:40 > #1 0x00000000004cf1c4 in raise (sig=sig@...ry=6) at src/signal/raise.c:11 > #2 0x00000000004c96ea in abort () at src/exit/abort.c:11 > #3 0x0000000000452f16 in catchsig (sig=<optimized out>) at main.c:1231 > #4 catchsig (sig=<optimized out>) at main.c:1217 > #5 <signal handler called> > #6 get_meta (p=p@...ry=0x7f4d35d74f50 "\260\232\243\001") at src/malloc/mallocng/meta.h:141 > #7 0x00000000004ca62c in __libc_free (p=0x7f4d35d74f50) at src/malloc/mallocng/free.c:105 > #8 0x0000000000459d57 in r_unref (tmp=tmp@...ry=0x7f4d35f5c778) at node.c:492 > #9 0x00000000004456e5 in unref (r=0x7f4d35f5c778) at awk.h:1898 > #10 purge_record () at field.c:360 > #11 0x0000000000445f36 in set_record ( > buf=0x7f4d34f34cfe "SIZE\t1KB\t192758\t112698119\nSIZE\t4KB\t462090\t1122421206\nSIZE\t16KB\t355596\t3138948391\nSIZE\t64KB\t413028\t13558910172\nSIZE\t256KB\t1014012\t165385758947\nSIZE\t1MB\t2546508\t1346405498466\nSIZE\t10MB\t480844\t1602796961"..., cnt=25, fw=0x0) at field.c:269 > #12 0x000000000044e765 in inrec (iop=<optimized out>, errcode=errcode@...ry=0x7fff62ee6cb0) at io.c:608 > #13 0x00000000004414f8 in h_interpret (code=<optimized out>) at interpret..h:1289 > #14 0x0000000000402631 in main (argc=<optimized out>, argv=<optimized out>) at main.c:516 > > Little unsure where gawk stops and musl begins. I guess #6 is where > it goes wrong. Any musl developer want to work with me to figure > this out? Line 141 of meta.h is catching double-free. This is almost surely a bug in gawk, potentially a serious one. Running under valgrind might tell you more about where the corresponding alloc and previous free occurred. Rich
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