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Re: zmailer 2.99.49 router bus errors on FreeBSD 2.1.7
This problem, and the solution that people have found for it has
prompted me to consider altering defaults around:
where XXXX can be one of: system, malloc_d, malloc
Currently the last one is the default, and means
the use of the CSRI malloc.
These days the system mallocs are usually high performance
buddy/arena mallocs, and often can become par with CRSI
How about it ?
/Matti Aarnio <email@example.com>
> On 17-Jun-97 Matthew C. Mead wrote:
> > I'm not sure if this is what's going on in router when a piece of
> >mail gets shoved to it, but this should at least be a start. This is
> >the result of running router -i under gdb and doing a "router you"
> > Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
> >(gdb) run -i
> >Starting program: /usr/local/zmailer/bin/router -i
> >ZMailer router (2.99.49 #1: Tue Jun 17 13:50:42 EDT 1997)
> > firstname.lastname@example.org:/goof/goof/home/mmead/zmailer-2.99.49/router
> >Copyright 1992 Rayan S. Zachariassen
> >Copyright 1992-1997 Matti Aarnio
> >z# router you
> ><email@example.com>: address: you
> >Program received signal SIGBUS, Bus error.
> >0x3d4c7 in free (cp=0x81dd4) at malloc.c:387
> >387 UNLINK(p1, bin);
> >Matthew C. Mead Technology Support Staff,
> > Mathematics Department,
> >firstname.lastname@example.org Virginia Tech
> I had the same problem. It was solved by doing configure with option
> E-Mail: "Gennadi Makhmetov" <email@example.com>
> Date: 18-Jun-97
> Time: 20:39:22