this is Debian Bug #152203, which is ancient, but seems to be reproduced on today's systems. See http://bugs.debian.org/152203:
Everytime I execute "aide --init" on sparc64 aide is killed by a SIGBUS. It
seams this happens the first time, it tries to write real data to aide.db.new.
Original bug reporter writes:
Here are the last lines
of "aide --init --verbose=255":
| Checking /var/lib/xdm for match
| File /var/lib/xdm does not match
| db_init 0
| Opening file "/var/lib/aide/aide.db.new" for w+
| db_out is nonnull /var/lib/aide/aide.db.new
| Caught SIGBUS/SIGSEGV
| Caught SIGBUS/SEGV. Exiting
aide.db.new remains as a 10 Bytes large file.
And here is the backtrace:
| #0 0x0003a77c in md_enable ()
| #1 0x0003a7f8 in gcry_md_enable ()
| #2 0x0001e524 in do_md (file_lst=0xfd6f8, conf=0xfa098) at do_md.c:142
| #3 0x00024124 in main (argc=2, argv=0xeffffd64) at aide.c:406
Maybe a problem with libmhash2?
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