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Re: [linux-lvm] segfault running vgscan



On Thu, Aug 23, 2001 at 12:22:35PM -0700, Brad Langhorst wrote:
> so yes dynamically linked...
> the problem was with static linking right?
> 
> now what? 
> should I try a less optimized libc?

I know that there was an issue with atexit() with certain versions of
glibc, it's possibly both when dynamically and statically linked.  I'm not
sure.  I am sure that the following tools call atexit() through LVM_LOCK():

lvchange.c
lvcreate.c
lvdisplay.c
lvextend.c
lvm_user.h
lvm_user.h
lvmchange.c
lvmsadc.c
lvreduce.c
lvremove.c
lvrename.c
lvscan.c
pvchange.c
pvchange.c
pvcreate.c
pvdata.c
pvdisplay.c
pvmove.c
pvscan.c
vgcfgbackup.c
vgcfgrestore.c
vgchange.c
vgck.c
vgcreate.c
vgdisplay.c
vgexport.c
vgextend.c
vgimport.c
vgmerge.c
vgmknodes.c
vgreduce.c
vgremove.c
vgrename.c
vgscan.c
vgsplit.c

Can you verify that these are the ones that segfault, or that the other
tools do not?  Can you upgrade glibc?  Or try on a machine with a
different version?

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