Steffen Nurpmeso wrote in <20181231181115.X9XVy%steffen_at_sdaoden.eu>:
|Phil Hofer wrote in <F9zS9AxnlZczhqhPenmGcQsk5Kbp-FOF-1hFiyUW2Phwc4FbTe-\
||I ran into some crashes in openrc recently as well.
||(Once I ran my reproducer in gdb, I saw that openrc was tripping
||the stack-smashing protector.)
||I went through the source and made some reliability fixes,
||which have now been committed upstream:
||846e46 -- fix 4 out-of-bounds reads
||084877 -- fix stack buffer overrun (my issue)
||a9fc26 -- fix NULL dereference
|I see. Good to know someone cared for crashes there!
||Try building the latest version of openrc and see
||if your issues persist. (You'll have to take some patches
I have not done that, but as it happened again today after
i manually have changed the runlevel, i saw that OpenRC seems to
falsely unroll the hierarchy, at least from looking at the
I have default->net->wlan->wlan-up, the latter only with ntp
running, and once i switched from wlan-up->default, all services
from wlan where shut down before the ntp of wlan-up.
I do not know how this could cause the problems, but the
behaviour seems very wrong to me.
What do you think, should i open an AlpineLinux bug??
(I have not github account, which is why i am asking.)
|Der Kragenbaer, The moon bear,
|der holt sich munter he cheerfully and one by one
|einen nach dem anderen runter wa.ks himself off
|(By Robert Gernhardt)
Received on Thu Jan 03 2019 - 21:38:14 UTC