Riak+Innostore segfaulting on Debian Lenny

David Smith dizzyd at basho.com
Wed Feb 24 09:43:35 EST 2010


I put together a script that should make it easy to extract the backtrace:


Place the script in the rel/riak directory (assuming you built from source).
Run it by doing:

./coreinfo <corefile>

This will generate a gdb.txt file that you can then send back for review.

If you aren't getting a core file, make sure to set: "ulimit -c
unlimited" Of course, you'll also need gdb installed on the machine that is

Let me know what you find.



On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 3:28 AM, Michael Montano <
michael.a.montano at gmail.com> wrote:

> 64-bit. Reproduced on a clean install. Was running fine for about 10
> minutes of light writing, then segfaulted. I was able to start it up again,
> but kept crashing every few minutes after that. How can I get the backtrace?
> On Feb 23, 2010, at 1:02 PM, David Smith wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 1:58 PM, Michael Montano <
> michael.a.montano at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I built Riak and Innostore from the basho repository, followed the
>> instructions for configuring innostore and successfully started a node.
>> bin/riak-admin test was passing and I was able to read/write to the store.
>> However, riak kept crashing after about 60 seconds. Works fine with
>> riak_dets_backend. Anything I should be aware of re innostore on debian?
> Hum, weird.
> 64 or 32 bit debian? What version of innostore? Can you get a backtrace of
> the crash?
> I've tested on debian lenny 64 and it's fine -- not an excuse, just an
> observation. :)
> D.
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