#241 *** glibc detected *** corrupted double-linked list

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2005-07-06
2005-07-05
Sergei
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I tried 'bidwatcher' on Mandriva 10.2, and it failed
with these
error messages:
"
[2005-07-04 23:49:14] Help us: please report ALL bugs
at http://sourceforge.net/projects/bidwatcher
[2005-07-04 23:49:21] Refreshing auction information
[2005-07-04 23:50:11] Error: Invalid auction number. (0)
[2005-07-05 00:05:28] Refreshing auction information
...
[2005-07-05 07:26:15] Refreshing auction information
*** glibc detected *** corrupted double-linked list:
0x0812a8c0 ***

[1] Abort bidwatcher
".

'bidwatcher' failed to snipe under these circumstances.

Thanks in advance for fixing this,
Sergei.

Discussion

  • Kevin Dwyer

    Kevin Dwyer - 2005-07-06
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  • Kevin Dwyer

    Kevin Dwyer - 2005-07-06

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    That's really strange. Some google searching suggests that
    the message means bidwatcher is making a mistake with it's
    memory management. But, in addition to the double-linked
    list error, I see that you have an invalid auction number
    (0) message. Do you know what caused this message to appear?

    Also, I'm not familiar with Mandriva. Is it running the
    latest version of bidwatcher?

     
  • Sergei

    Sergei - 2005-07-06

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    In the beginning I tried (by mistake) to add an action that
    had already
    been in it, or something like that.

    In the end the snipe was set and 'bidwatcher' was just
    waiting for it to
    happen.

    Some other applicatiions produce similar "*** glibc
    detected ***"
    messages, though until now the were regarding "free".

    I do not think it'sHW - the messages started to appear after
    upgrading to
    Mandriva 10. from Mandrake 10.1.

    The machine has 1GB of ECC ram and works pretty stable.

    And, by the way, I have just won an item using
    jbidwatcher.sf.net - the
    Java moral equivalent of 'bidwatcher'. I mean, an obviously
    heavier
    application worked on my machine.

    Thanks,
    Sergei.

     
  • Sergei

    Sergei - 2005-07-06

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    In the beginning I tried (by mistake) to add an action that
    had already
    been in it, or something like that.

    In the end the snipe was set and 'bidwatcher' was just
    waiting for it to
    happen.

    Some other applicatiions produce similar "*** glibc
    detected ***"
    messages, though until now the were regarding "free".

    I do not think it'sHW - the messages started to appear after
    upgrading to
    Mandriva 10. from Mandrake 10.1.

    The machine has 1GB of ECC ram and works pretty stable.

    And, by the way, I have just won an item using
    jbidwatcher.sf.net - the
    Java moral equivalent of 'bidwatcher'. I mean, an obviously
    heavier
    application worked on my machine.

    Thanks,
    Sergei.

     
  • Sergei

    Sergei - 2005-07-07

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    In the beginning I tried (by mistake) to add an action that
    had already
    been in it, or something like that.

    In the end the snipe was set and 'bidwatcher' was just
    waiting for it to
    happen.

    Some other applicatiions produce similar "*** glibc
    detected ***"
    messages, though until now the were regarding "free".

    I do not think it'sHW - the messages started to appear after
    upgrading to
    Mandriva 10. from Mandrake 10.1.

    The machine has 1GB of ECC ram and works pretty stable.

    And, by the way, I have just won an item using
    jbidwatcher.sf.net - the
    Java moral equivalent of 'bidwatcher'. I mean, an obviously
    heavier
    application worked on my machine.

    Thanks,
    Sergei.

     
  • Sergei

    Sergei - 2005-07-07

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    Oopa, there are duplicate messages - that's probably I used
    the "Back"
    buttton.

    Sorry for the mishap.

     

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