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Re: program exit code, "at exit" handler and explicit close of shared objects
- From: Roumen Petrov <bugtrack at roumenpetrov dot info>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 5 Nov 2019 21:32:41 +0200
- Subject: Re: program exit code, "at exit" handler and explicit close of shared objects
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As non-regular user I did tests when I have access to environment.
Ken Brown wrote:
On 10/29/2019 10:53 AM, Ken Brown wrote:
On 10/26/2019 11:07 AM, Roumen Petrov wrote:
First test is as is:
I ran this second version of test-dlclose (with DLCLOSE_ATEXIT defined) under
strace and got the following:
$ strace -o trace.out ./test-dlclose.exe
exit with code 33
The strace output ends with
30 30143 [main] test-dlclose 847 write: 18 = write(1, 0x600061E20, 18)
--- Process 33456 (pid: 847) unloaded DLL at 00000003e7930000
--- Process 33456 (pid: 847), exception c0000005 at 00000003e7931080
--- Process 33456 (pid: 847) thread 26088 exited with status 0xc0000005
--- Process 33456 (pid: 847) thread 33544 exited with status 0xc0000005
--- Process 33456 (pid: 847) thread 36020 exited with status 0xc0000005
--- Process 33456 exited with status 0xc0000005
The address 00000003e7930000 seems to be in /usr/bin/cygz.dll, which is the DLL
Sorry, I meant to say 00000003e7931080; 00000003e7930000 is the start of cygz.dll.
that got unloaded. After installing zlib-debuginfo, I ran addr2line to see
where the crash occurred, and this too crashed:
$ addr2line -C -f -i -p -e /usr/bin/cygz.dll 0x3e7931080
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
The test was with compression library because this is default OpenSSL
configuration - dynamic loading of compression library.
It seems to me issue could be reproduced with other libraries as well.
For instance I get the same with ssh ("libssh-4.so") or bz2 ("libbz2-1.so").
That's as far as I've gotten.
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