One of the things I really like to do is learning new languages. So after leaving it on the back burner for almost a year I decided to really concentrate on the Mark Summerfield’s Programming Go book that I had since before printing (I had like 4 different rough cuts that I never started reading for serious). The book is very good, and is doing a fantastic job on giving me the basics on the language, and I am starting the more advanced chapters and not feeling totally lost.
So this week after a version upgrade on GraphicsMagick we got some segfaults on our servers. Nothing terrible, twelve segfaults or close to that on a 24 hour period. The only information was a line on
Feb 22 13:28:27 serverXX kernel: [1953364.275653] gm: segfault at 0 ip 00007fd137bd41e0 sp 00007fff5770dcd0 error 6 in libGraphicsMagick.so.3.7.0[7fd1379b9000+29d000]
No core dumps since
ulimit -c is zeroed. What to do to at least have an idea of what is happening?
exec like this:
So, 20 years ago Linus was sending his now famous Usenet message about a new hobby. It’s a big date, 20 years and that went from a small project to what we have now and pretty much my only way to make money and live :) Me and Linux go way back to 1997, the first Slackware installs using too many disks, the long hours trying to get X to work on those blasted Trident cards.