#43 Crash while viewing Track


Sportstracker crashes when i try to view my "Track" in "View HRM file".

OS: Linux MINT 13 (Linux Blackhole 3.2.0-33-generic #52-Ubuntu SMP Thu Oct 18 16:19:45 UTC 2012 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux)
libc.so.6 --> libc-2.15.so

Java: java -version
java version "1.7.0_09"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.7.0_09-b05)
Java HotSpot(TM) Server VM (build 23.5-b02, mixed mode)

Don't know, what else do You need. Please tell me




  • itisnt

    itisnt - 2012-12-12

    TCX File and Crash-Log

  • jede28

    jede28 - 2012-12-13
    • labels: 721199 --> PolarViewer
    • assigned_to: nobody --> jede28
  • jede28

    jede28 - 2012-12-13

    Do you use the OpenJDK package from the repository or the official Oracle JDK?

  • itisnt

    itisnt - 2012-12-13

    I use the official JDK from Oracle.

  • jede28

    jede28 - 2012-12-13

    This file works without any problems on my machines (OS X and Windiws 7) with the latest SportsTracker versions. Unfortunately I don't have a Linux system to test.
    Do you use the latest ST version too?

    Does it crash with all files for you or just with this one?

    Your log file does not contain any valuable informations. It's not a problem of the SportsTracker application, it seems to be an internal JVM error which can be caused by all kind of system specific problems (e.g. graphic driver issues and so on).

  • itisnt

    itisnt - 2012-12-13

    Yes i use the latest version of ST 5.6.0
    Yes it crashes with all of my HRM-Files.

    Great, so i have no change to run Sportstracker ? My hole system runs stable with no visible problem (maybe there is one in the background witch i don't realize).

    Are there any tests with java witch i could do to examine my system ?

  • jede28

    jede28 - 2012-12-14
    • status: open --> closed-rejected
  • jede28

    jede28 - 2012-12-14

    Hi Daniel,

    I'm not able to reproduce the problem on my system and it's an internal crash in the JVM, not caused by SportsTracker. Sorry - I can't help you at the moment and so I'll close this bug.

    If you really need a fix then I would suggest you to download the ST sources and debug the application to find the method call which causes the JVM to crash, Maybe there's a workaround, but at least you can file a bug to the Oracle Java or OpenJDK project.

    Bye, Stefan


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