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Re: ulogd unaligned trap

On Tue, Jan 24, 2006 at 04:23:07PM -0500, Jim Crilly wrote:
> You probbaly know this, but ulogd is a userspace log daemon for
> netfilter that uses a netlink socket for it's input from netfilter. So
> I guess the alignment problems could be netfilter, the netlink code
> or ulogd itself.

Ah, good catch, Jim; I got a brain cramp... ;-}

Those addresses of the unaligned accesses are probably in a user-level
library, rather than a kernel module, given the addresses printed in
the logged messages.

I think you can use "ldd /wherever/you/find/ulogd" to print the
libraries used by "ulogd" and where they are relocated to; that should
at least give the library the unaligned accesses come from...

Good luck.


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