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[DeleGate-En] problems with delegate version 8.11.1
25 Mar 2005 19:46:34 GMT Daniel Spratlen <pgufqbdyi-auoevhadzonr.ml@ml.delegate.org>


Hello,
	We are currently use delegate 8.9.2 on Redhat ES Linux (ia32) without
problems.  We started looking at delegate 8.11.1, however we are not
able to get version 8.11.1 to run properly in our lab environment.  The
problem I am seeing is that delegate does not fully let go of standard
in when being sent to the background.  If I run an strace on the pid of
delegate after starting it, I can actually see input from the tty that
launched delegate in the strace.


# strace -p8318
Process 8318 attached - interrupt to quit
select(1024, [0], NULL, [0], NULL)      = 1 (in [0])
read(0, "\177\177\177\177", 1024)       = 4
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "l", 1024)                      = 1
read(0, "l", 1024)                      = 1
read(0, "l", 1024)                      = 1
read(0, "l", 1024)                      = 1
read(0, "l", 1024)                      = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1
read(0, "\177", 1024)                   = 1


To add to the confusion I also receive this in the logs:

03/25 15:17:57.51 [8318] 0+0: --INITIALIZATION DONE: 8.11.1 on
Linux/2.4.9-e.34smp--
03/25 15:17:57.51 [8318] 0+0: E-A: ABORT: caught SIGSEGV [11]
03/25 15:17:57.51 [8318] 0+0: E-A: core will be at /var/spool/delegate-
nobody/work/21buildhost:443
03/25 15:17:57.51 [8318] 0+0: ####! EMERGENCY STOP !####
03/25 15:17:57.57 [8318] 0+0: Kill(8319,9)


I looked for core files in /var/spool/delegate-
nobody/work/21buildhost:443/ but they are blank files.  I'll be happy to
provide more information, log files etc if needed.

thanks,
Daniel Spratlen


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