[quagga-users 13346] Re: bgpd crash on freebsd 8.3, 0.99.21 from the fbsd ports

Rudy (bulk) crapsh at monkeybrains.net
Tue Jul 30 10:11:56 BST 2013


On 2/21/13 4:50 PM, David Lamparter wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 05:46:18PM +0100, Kurt Jaeger wrote:
>> I encountered two crashed on a FreeBSD 8.3p4 amd64 host with
>> quagga 0.99.21 compiled from the FreeBSD ports system.
...
>> 2013/02/19 17:27:47 BGP: CHECK_SIZE: truncating requested size 54928
>> 2013/02/19 17:27:47 BGP: &(struct stream): 0x13710d0, size: 4096, getp: 0, endp: 71
>> 2013/02/19 17:27:47 BGP: stream_put_prefix: Attempt to put out of bounds
>> 2013/02/19 17:27:47 BGP: &(struct stream): 0x13710d0, size: 4096, getp: 0, endp: 4096
>> 2013/02/19 17:27:47 BGP: Assertion `0' failed in file stream.c, line 695, function stream_put_prefix
>> 2013/02/19 17:27:47 BGP: No backtrace available on this platform.
>>

Similar issue on FreeBSD 9.1 amd64 -- just upgraded to 0.99.22 (we'll 
see if that fixes it!)

# uname -mor
FreeBSD 9.1-STABLE amd64

Crashed about 4 times yesterday... here is one session that only lasted 
22 minutes:

2013/07/29 15:30:05 BGP: BGPd 0.99.21 starting: vty at 2605, bgp@<all>:179
...
2013/07/29 15:52:45 BGP: CHECK_SIZE: truncating requested size 14376
2013/07/29 15:52:45 BGP: &(struct stream): 0x1488188, size: 4096, getp: 
0, endp: 93
2013/07/29 15:52:45 BGP: stream_put_prefix: Attempt to put out of bounds
2013/07/29 15:52:45 BGP: &(struct stream): 0x1488188, size: 4096, getp: 
0, endp: 4096
2013/07/29 15:52:45 BGP: Assertion `0' failed in file stream.c, line 
695, function stream_put_prefix
2013/07/29 15:52:45 BGP: No backtrace available on this platform.
> This looks like a rather severe issue.  Can you:
> - try with 0.99.22 (should work without modifications on FreeBSD)

Upgraded!
> - attach a debugger to get a backtrace
>
> Also, does this happen reliably?

Multiple times a day.  Wrote a cronjob to restart it...

Rudy
> Thanks,
>
> -David
>
>
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