[syslog-ng]Error compiling 1.6.4 on OpenBSD 3.5-stable

Steven S. syslog-ng@lists.balabit.hu
Tue, 25 May 2004 08:59:31 -0400

Answering my own question...

I cleaned up my syslog-ng.conf file and these issues went away.  It now
seems to be working with OpenBSD 3.5, (with the exception of the UDP =

-Steve S.

Steven S. wrote:
> Steven S. wrote:
> Something still seems not quite right in macros.c.
> "Syslog-ng -F" core dumps after doing:
>  28992 syslog-ng CALL  getpid
>  28992 syslog-ng RET   getpid 28992/0x7140
>  28992 syslog-ng CALL  gettimeofday(0xffffffffff7fed10,0)
>  28992 syslog-ng RET   gettimeofday 0
> Over and over again.  "Syslog-ng -d" works fine and "syslog-ng" just
> dies.=20
> Any thoughts on where I could look?  Thanks.
> -Steve S.
>> root@logger01 [/root]# gdb /usr/local/sbin/syslog-ng syslog-ng.core
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>> This GDB was configured as "sparc64-unknown-openbsd3.5"... Core was
>> generated by `syslog-ng'. Program terminated with signal 11,
>> Segmentation fault. Couldn't read input and local registers from core
>> file Couldn't read input and local registers from core file #0
>> 0x114d48 in werror () at macros.c:104 104             return l; (gdb)
>> And here is an obnoxiously long ktrace output when running with no
>> flags...=20