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rspamd 3.2 core dumps


since rspamd 3.2 i get the following on every connection:
2022-09-04 00:02:33 #6032(rspamd_proxy) <06b5f1>; proxy; rspamd_mime_parse_message: cannot find content-type for a message, assume text/plain
2022-09-04 00:02:33 #6032(rspamd_proxy) <06b5f1>; proxy; rspamd_message_parse: loaded message; id: <>; queue-id: <05DF43DB453>; size: 2573; checksum: <d326992218f97bb686821a98ddf17044>
2022-09-04 00:02:33 #6032(rspamd_proxy) <06b5f1>; proxy; rspamd_mime_part_detect_language: detected part language: en
2022-09-04 00:02:33 #6032(rspamd_proxy) rspamd_crash_sig_handler: caught fatal signal 11(Segmentation fault), pid: 6032, trace: 
2022-09-04 00:02:33 #6032(rspamd_proxy) rspamd_crash_sig_handler: please see Rspamd FAQ to learn how to dump core files and how to fill a bug report
2022-09-04 00:02:33 #11312(main) <f11e73>; main; rspamd_check_termination_clause: rspamd_proxy process 6032 terminated abnormally with exit code 0 by signal: Segmentation fault but NOT created core file (throttled=no); core file limits: 9223372036854775807 current, 9223372036854775807 max
2022-09-04 00:02:33 #11312(main) <f11e73>; main; rspamd_cld_handler: respawn process rspamd_proxy in lieu of terminated process with pid 6032
2022-09-04 00:02:35 #11312(main) <f11e73>; main; rspamd_fork_worker: prepare to fork process rspamd_proxy (0); listen on: localhost:11332
2022-09-04 00:02:35 #26348(rspamd_proxy) <f11e73>; main; rspamd_worker_set_limits: use system max file descriptors limit: 1024B cur and 3.32KiB max
2022-09-04 00:02:35 #26348(rspamd_proxy) <f11e73>; main; rspamd_worker_set_limits: use system max core size limit: 7.99EiB cur and 7.99EiB max
2022-09-04 00:02:35 #26348(rspamd_proxy) <f11e73>; main; rspamd_handle_child_fork: starting rspamd_proxy process 26348 (0); listen on: localhost:11332

going back to rspamd 3.1nb2, everything works as expected.
I would really like to get a core file and file a bug report - but the FAQ looks quite evasive on that subject to me (i.e. i don’t have a clue why this does not dump core).  
Anyone else seeing this?

Could it be related to the ancient netbsd version - that has been very stable so far?
NetBSD 9.99.74 NetBSD 9.99.74 (ZAPPA) #0: Fri Oct 30 12:45:40 CET 2020 amd64

ZAPPA is GENERIC-$Revision: 1.589 with added options LOCKDEBUG, GATEWAY, IPSEC_DEBUG, MROUTING, PIM, ALTQ*, USBVERBOSE, RF_INCLUDE* and spdmem* as well as sdtemp* devices.


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