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Subject: t/configureReturn.t: segmentations faults on centos 6
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t/configureReturn.t fails (with an segfault) on my centos 6 smokers: ... t/configureReturn.t ........... All 20 subtests passed (less 3 skipped subtests: 17 okay) ... Test Summary Report ------------------- t/configureReturn.t (Wstat: 11 Tests: 20 Failed: 0) Non-zero wait status: 11
Hi Slaven,

Would first like to confirm the Tcl/Tk patchlevel in use. Latest Tcl/Tk for CentOS 6 appears to be 8.5.7.

Could you run the test manually with perl -d to get a stack trace saying where the segmentation fault occurs?

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On 2019-03-10 10:58:14, CAC wrote: Show quoted text
> Hi Slaven, > > Would first like to confirm the Tcl/Tk patchlevel in use. Latest > Tcl/Tk for > CentOS 6 appears to be 8.5.7.
$ rpm -q tcl tcl-8.5.7-6.el6.x86_64 $ rpm -q tk tk-8.5.7-5.el6.x86_64 Show quoted text
> > Could you run the test manually with perl -d to get a stack trace > saying where > the segmentation fault occurs?
Here's the C level stack trace: #0 0x00007f8d11b028f2 in Tk_FreeConfigOptions () from /usr/lib64/tk8.5/../libtk8.5.so #1 0x00007f8d11b3355e in ?? () from /usr/lib64/tk8.5/../libtk8.5.so #2 0x00007f8d11b36365 in ?? () from /usr/lib64/tk8.5/../libtk8.5.so #3 0x00007f8d11b06ab9 in Tk_HandleEvent () from /usr/lib64/tk8.5/../libtk8.5.so #4 0x00007f8d11b22671 in Tk_DestroyWindow () from /usr/lib64/tk8.5/../libtk8.5.so #5 0x00007f8d11b222c8 in Tk_DestroyWindow () from /usr/lib64/tk8.5/../libtk8.5.so #6 0x00007f8d126621ac in Tcl_DeleteCommandFromToken () from /usr/lib64/libtcl8.5.so #7 0x00007f8d126d6274 in TclTeardownNamespace () from /usr/lib64/libtcl8.5.so #8 0x00007f8d12663190 in ?? () from /usr/lib64/libtcl8.5.so #9 0x00007f8d1295715f in XS_Tcl__Finalize () from /opt/perl-5.28.0/lib/site_perl/5.28.0/x86_64-linux/auto/Tcl/Tcl.so #10 0x00000000004be716 in Perl_pp_entersub () #11 0x00000000004bd983 in Perl_runops_standard () #12 0x000000000043ed98 in Perl_call_sv () #13 0x000000000043f362 in Perl_call_list () #14 0x0000000000440ed3 in perl_destruct () #15 0x000000000041fb34 in main () Last lines of the perl -d trace: 724: local($\, $,); # guard against -l and other things that screw with Test::skip(/opt/perl-5.28.0/lib/5.28.0/Test.pm:727): 727: my $whyskip = _to_value(shift); Test::_to_value(/opt/perl-5.28.0/lib/5.28.0/Test.pm:225): 225: my ($v) = @_; Test::_to_value(/opt/perl-5.28.0/lib/5.28.0/Test.pm:226): 226: return ref $v eq 'CODE' ? $v->() : $v; Test::skip(/opt/perl-5.28.0/lib/5.28.0/Test.pm:728): 728: if (!@_ or $whyskip) { Test::skip(/opt/perl-5.28.0/lib/5.28.0/Test.pm:729): 729: $whyskip = '' if $whyskip =~ m/^\d+$/; Test::skip(/opt/perl-5.28.0/lib/5.28.0/Test.pm:730): 730: $whyskip =~ s/^[Ss]kip(?:\s+|$)//; # backwards compatibility, old Test::skip(/opt/perl-5.28.0/lib/5.28.0/Test.pm:734): 734: my $ok = "ok $ntest # skip"; Test::skip(/opt/perl-5.28.0/lib/5.28.0/Test.pm:735): 735: $ok .= " $whyskip" if length $whyskip; Test::skip(/opt/perl-5.28.0/lib/5.28.0/Test.pm:736): 736: $ok .= "\n"; Test::skip(/opt/perl-5.28.0/lib/5.28.0/Test.pm:737): 737: print $TESTOUT $ok; ok 20 # skip NoteBook needs the Tixpackage which is not installed Test::skip(/opt/perl-5.28.0/lib/5.28.0/Test.pm:738): 738: ++ $ntest; Test::skip(/opt/perl-5.28.0/lib/5.28.0/Test.pm:739): 739: return 1; main::(t/configureReturn.t:34): next; Test::CODE(0x3806ca0)(/opt/perl-5.28.0/lib/5.28.0/Test.pm:759): 759: $ONFAIL->(\@FAILDETAIL) if @FAILDETAIL && $ONFAIL; Tcl::CODE(0x2dae130)(/opt/perl-5.28.0/lib/site_perl/5.28.0/x86_64-linux/Tcl.pm:599): 599: Tcl::_Finalize(); [1] 19207 segmentation fault (core dumped) perl5.28.0 -d -Mblib t/configureReturn.t


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