Problem with socket options after upgrading to Samba 2.0.6
davecb at canada.sun.com
Thu Nov 18 12:45:32 GMT 1999
Federico Sevilla III wrote:
> Sounds "major" but I can't understand too much of what you're saying
Oops! Sorry about that...
> I'll try to supply more information though (in case this could be
> why). Has this problem got to do with the fact that I compiled my Samba
> using GCC 2.95.1? Or that it's got the following optimization flags (on
> compilation) set: CFLAGS="-O6 -mpentiumpro -march=pentiumpro
> -malign-loops=2 -malign-jumps=2 -malign-functions=2"?
The options sound Ok, can anyone on the list
chack on the version? I recollect problems we had
once upon a time with one release of GCC, but it
was back in the summer...
> Could this problem also be because of some sort of a faulty kernel?
> (Although my 2.2.13 kernel has been running pretty smoothly, so far) :-)
Hmmn... The debugging suggestion amounted to
compiling with -g
finding out the process id (pid) with ps
running dbx - <pid> , or gdb with its options
putting a breakpoint on the function
doing a stack trace
single-stepping to where the error occurs.
If you just want to **dodge** it, grab a precompiled
samba and try it out: if the problem persisst, it's
almost certainly the kernel, not the application.
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