Subject: Re: ircd-hybrid on sparc64 NetBSD 2.0 produces "Bus error"
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Ryan Cresawn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/23/2005 11:14:08
Thanks for the many suggestions. I have tried to follow the advice
given. Richard, I did not see any unusual messages in the output of
I modifed /etc/mk.conf as shown below and recompiled ircd-hybrid.
# cat /etc/mk.conf
Next, I ran gdb as shown below. After calling run I connected to port
6667 on the computer with telnet which caused ircd to generate the
Broken pipe error.
# gdb ircd
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This GDB was configured as "sparc64--netbsdelf"...
(gdb) run -nx3
Starting program: /usr/pkgsrc/chat/ircd-hybrid/work/ircd-hybrid-6.2/src/ircd -nx3
WARNING: running ircd as user irc
and as group irc.
Value of NOFILE is 64
Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.
0x0000000040932450 in sendto () from /usr/lib/libc.so.12
#0 0x0000000040932450 in sendto () from /usr/lib/libc.so.12
#1 0x000000000011f698 in send_auth_query (auth=0x472300) at s_auth.c:514
#2 0x0000000000121100 in read_message (delay=5, mask=255 '?') at s_bsd.c:1364
#3 0x000000000010e034 in io_loop (delay=5) at ircd.c:513
#4 0x000000000010e88c in main (argc=2, argv=0x49c580) at ircd.c:949
#5 0x00000000001021d8 in ___start ()
What should I do next?
On Wed, Mar 23, 2005 at 12:19:31AM -0500, Ryan Cresawn wrote:
> I have an Ultra1 with NetBSD 2.0 which I would like to use as an
> office IRC server. I hope to use ircd-hybrid on this computer but
> each attempt yields the same error:
> # ./ircd-hybrid -nx 3
> WARNING: running ircd as user irc
> and as group irc.
> Value of NOFILE is 64
> Bus error
> To reproduce this error on sparc64 NetBSD 2.0 compile ircd-hybrid from
> pkgsrc-2004Q4, pkgsrc-2005Q1 or pkgsrc and then run the daemon
> directly as shown above. Finally, connect to it with any IRC client
> or telnet. The daemon exits in less than a minute with the error
> shown above.
> I ran ktruss as well to gain some more information and what I found
> reveals that after ircd-hybrid writes to the socket that there was no
> reponse from ident it then enters a loop calling poll() and
> gettimeofday(). It does this many times until it finally produces
> this message:
> 20339 ircd-hybrid PSIG SIGBUS SIG_DFL
> If the ktruss output file is useful to anyone I'm happy to provide it.