Re: Fixed strace [ was Re: ls -l is broken ]
> On Sat, May 9, 2009 at 1:18 PM, John David Anglin
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> > 0x402759ac <_dl_relocate_object+772>: ldh,s r22(r17),r31
> > 0x402759b0 <_dl_relocate_object+776>: ldw 170(r11),ret1
> > 0x402759b4 <_dl_relocate_object+780>: cmpib,= 0,ret0,0x40275a64 <_dl_relocate_object+956>
> > 0x402759b8 <_dl_relocate_object+784>: copy r11,r5
> > End of assembler dump.
> > (gdb) p/x $r11
> Shouldn't you be using $r17 here?
Sorry, for the confusion. I tried to demonstrate how $r17 was loaded
from memory starting from $r11. You can see the load earlier in the
disassembly. The values in $r22 and $r17 were consistent with the fault
address. The value loaded from memory into $r17 was also consistent
with what was recorded in memory in the core dump. It appeared to me
that only a single word was corrupted.
Unfortunately, gdb dropped core on the core file, so there's nothing
more that can be looked at. This was caused by a malloc double free
J. David Anglin firstname.lastname@example.org
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