ahurt at ena.com
Sun Sep 8 09:33:19 CEST 2013
On Aug 29, 2013, at 8:29 AM, Alan DeKok <aland at deployingradius.com> wrote:
> Aaron Hurt wrote:
>> I am using the new connection pooling in my module for
>> accounting/authentication against couchbase
>> ( https://github.com/leprechau/rlm_couchbase ). This was working very
>> well until I rebuilt recently (yesterday) against the
>> latest release_branch_3.0.0 branch. I am now seeing the below errors in
>> the logs that cause radiusd to crash.
> Please run it under "valgrind":
> $ valgrind --tools=memcheck radiusd -f
>> I cannot reproduce it with -X or -xx but can see it plainly when started
>> normally. I also cannot seem to reproduce it if I set the pool
>> start/min/max/spare all to 1 in my module configuration. Has there been
>> a change in the connection pool API that would require a change in my
>> code using this API?
> No. The connection pool code hasn't changed in a long time.
> The assertion is caused by a free of a VALUE_PAIR, which is then used
> by later code. Valgrind should tell you what's going on.
> Alan DeKok.
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Thank you, I found the error and it was totally my fault. I was using talloc against the instance context instead of request inside my preacct handler before passing that to pairmake. Valgrind indeed helped me find it.
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