Re: OpenBSD compile work-around, and eventual core dump

From: Alex Pilosov (alex@pilosoft.com)
Date: Sun Oct 22 2000 - 18:28:32 PDT

  • Next message: Chas Wareing: "flowstart - a keep-alive script for cflowd"

    Strange. CflowD 2.0b8 and 2.1a3 ran on my Openbsd 2.6 box just dandily for
    months.

    See where does it dump core? gdb cflowd core, then type 'where'.

    On Sun, 22 Oct 2000, Chas Wareing wrote:

    > I've got cflowd 2.1a9 to compile on OpenBSD but it's unstable-
    >
    > . Needed to modify apps/ Makefiles from "@ -if" to "@ if"
    >
    > . Commented out the following line 46 in snmp++/classes/src/target.cpp
    > inline int MIN(int a, int b) {return a<b?a:b;}
    > to avoid this error and succeed in compiling cflowd-
    > # make
    > c++ -D__unix__ -I../include/snmp++ -I./ -g -O2 -c target.cpp -o
    > target.o
    > target.cpp:46: syntax error before `int'
    >
    > So now it runs fine for a couple of hours before cflowd dumps core-
    >
    > Any suggestions? I'm thinking of monitoring/restarting cflowd whenever
    > it dumps, but obviously I'd prefer a stable runtime-
    >
    > Chas. <c3w@ISP.NET>
    > ISP Networks, Inc.
    >
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