Bug#349453: memprof hangs just after executing profiled app
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- Subject: Bug#349453: memprof hangs just after executing profiled app
- From: Emilian Nowak <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 23 Jan 2006 04:41:14 +0100
- Message-id: <20060123044114.7ec6e795@galeon>
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On 2006-01-22 (sunday), at 22:18:00 Justin Pryzby wrote:
> It appears that our memprof package has major issues. Could you try
> compiling it locally with DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS=nostrip, and running it
> under valgrind (oh the irony!) to try to get a backtrace of the
> problem at an early stage? I couldn't get that kind of error, though
> I'm not able to get memprof to do anything useful, either.
Oki - I will try rebuilding it and some debugging.
But I'm afraid that there may be something wrong in other place.
Memproof uses libary pre-loading to override some libc6 function? Maybe there
is something that is blocking overriding those libc6 functions? It can't be
anything kernel-related, I don't use selinux nor patched kernel etc.. - just
clean debian kernel.