[Bug 956051] Re: libc6 crash while running 'xm'

Adam Conrad adconrad at 0c3.net
Thu Sep 6 21:36:52 UTC 2012

There's an upload in the queue for precise-proposed for this, it's just
pending review.  As soon as it makes it to precise-updates, I'll be sure
to re-spin debian-installer so that at least the netboot images are sane
(and it will make it to CD media for 12.04.2)

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  libc6 crash while running 'xm'

Status in “eglibc” package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released
Status in “eglibc” source package in Precise:

Bug description:
  Ubuntu Version: 12.04 (precise)

  libc6: 2.15-0ubuntu5
  xen-hypervisor-4.1-amd64: 4.1.2-2ubuntu2

  Everytime I try to run 'xm list' on a new AMD Opteron 6274 system (Bulldozer architecture) I'm getting a crash.
  I couldn't even file a bug report through "apport-bug".
  Repeating the same procedure with Ubuntu Oneiric showed no problems at all.

  dmesg showed following messages:

  [  479.891581] xm[1746] trap invalid opcode ip:7fd684f8a5fc sp:7fff3ebb3c70 error:0 in libm-2.15.so[7fd684f48000+f9000]
  [  479.937611] apport[1758] trap invalid opcode ip:7fd6cb9ea5fc sp:7fff9bbc06b0 error:0 in libm-2.15.so[7fd6cb9a8000+f9000]
  [  479.937641] Process 1758(apport) has RLIMIT_CORE set to 1
  [  479.937645] Aborting core

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