Im getting cycles of repeated crashes which occur and then stop occurring. Looking at the dumps via gdb shows that something peculiar is happening that looks like memory corruption:Program terminated with signal 6, Aborted.#00x0000003686e30285 in ra..
when generating backtrace I get following output : /[root@sip ~]# gdb -se asterisk -ex bt full -ex thread apply all bt –batch -c core.sip-2012-03-21T10:57:29+0100 > /root/backtrace.txt asterisk: No such file or directory./ /warning: no loadable secti..
when I try to get something out of the core dump file, I get this : [root@jonas Desktop]# gdb asterisk core.sip1.server.be GNU gdb (GDB) Fedora (7.2-51.fc14) Copyright (C) 2010 Free Software Foundation, Inc. License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or la..
On 11-08-03 02:01 AM, Richard Zulu wrote: > I have used gdb so that I can perform a backtrace however the program > executes and exits without a stack thus not helpful. > > Any help is appreciated! > https://wiki.asterisk.org/wiki/display/AST/Getting+a+Backtr..
Dear, with asterisk 220.127.116.11 and sccp-bv3stable on two servers, we tried to register about 1200 cisco phones, for a company. in out of official hours, all 1200 phones registered and the cpu and ram was below 5%. H323 is the protocol for incoming cal..
I am using asterisk 1.8 from a few days ago and it goes into some kind of loop after maybe a couple of days of use.I compiled with debugging flags on and no optimize and I then attached gdb to the process. I did a backtrace and one for all threads and..
Thanks for your replies. I will try generating a backtrace. I guess its time for me to dip my toe into gdb. Regarding the known issue – I am not using local channels; in fact there are no local extensions. When you dial in to a DDI it dials strai..