This is a discussion on Re: bind-9.4.0b2 exits unexpected... - DNS ; > >>>>> On Wed, 11 Oct 2006 09:56:52 +0200, > >>>>> Marco Schumann said: > > >> Oops, sorry, the patch was not really correct. Please use this one > >> (attached below) instead. > >> > >> But the ...
> >>>>> On Wed, 11 Oct 2006 09:56:52 +0200,
> >>>>> Marco Schumann
> >> Oops, sorry, the patch was not really correct. Please use this one
> >> (attached below) instead.
> >> But the actual behavior of these two patches should be the same...do
> >> you mean named exited during initialization by 'refused to start'? Or
> >> do you mean it existed just after starting? In any case, if it dumped
> >> core, backtrace (of all threads) would be helpful as before.
> > Hello,
> > again the error:
> > 11-Oct-2006 09:40:09.365 general: rbtdb.c:1128: INSIST(((unsigned
> > int)((&rbtdb->node_locks[node->locknum].references)->refs))) failed
> > 11-Oct-2006 09:40:09.365 general: exiting (due to assertion failure)
> > Here the backtrace:
> Thanks, and what about the other threads? Whether by
> (gdb) thread apply all bt
> or the way I showed.
> > Next I am going to try your second patch. Would it be helpful to compile
> > with debug flags? (I assume that and thus will use --enable-debug
> > although not documented)
> Not really, because BIND9 is built with debug flags by default. But
> building it without compiler optimization flags might be a bit
> helpful. I usually do that by
> % CFLAGS=-g ./configure (--enable-threads)
> but there maybe a better way (at least this won't work with csh).
./configure --enable-threads CFLAGS=-g
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