bugfindutils - Bugs: bug #47220, Assertion "fdleak.c:382:...

 
 

bug #47220: Assertion "fdleak.c:382: complain_about_leaky_fds" during find

Submitted by:  Ross Burton <rossburton>
Submitted on:  Mon 22 Feb 2016 12:53:34 PM UTC  
 
Category:  None Severity:  3 - Normal
Item Group:  None Status:  None
Privacy:  Public Assigned to:  None
Originator Name:  Open/Closed:  Open
Release:  4.5.19 Fixed Release:  None

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Thu 24 Mar 2016 07:06:59 AM UTC, comment #1:

Could you provide an example command line which exhibits this problem (even if the problem does not occur every time)?

What does file descriptor 8 point to when this happens? If you are using Linux you should be able to figure this out by running xargs under a debugger, and running "ls -l /proc/NN/fds" when the abort is reached. Of course you will need to use the actual PID of the xargs process instead of NN.

Does this problem still occur with the current release (4.6.0, available from ftp.gnu.org)?

James Youngman <jay>
Project Administrator
Mon 22 Feb 2016 12:53:34 PM UTC, original submission:

With find 4.5.19 we're seeing this assertion relatively frequently:

| xargs: File descriptor 8 will leak; please report this as a bug, remembering to include a detailed description of the simplest way to reproduce this problem.
| xargs: ../../findutils-4.5.19/lib/fdleak.c:382: complain_about_leaky_fds: Assertion `no_leaks' failed.
| xargs: basename: terminated by signal 6

Sadly the reproducers are less than trivial.

Ross Burton <rossburton>

 

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