[srslte-users] Segmentation fault during attach with mobile phone
andre.puschmann at softwareradiosystems.com
Thu Jul 20 12:08:14 UTC 2017
The RLC AM configure function is called whenever an bearer in acknowledged mode (AM) is created. By "runs for more times" you mean that it's called multiple times when a single UE attaches before it crashes?
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On July 19, 2017 2:16:36 PM GMT+02:00, Umberto Fattore <Umberto.Fattore at neclab.eu> wrote:
>Thank you for answer. Yes, I have logs obtained running with gdb. You
>can find them attached in this message.
>In my understanding, it seems that the segmentation fault happens in
>function rlc_am::configure( … ). In particular, I notice that this runs
>for more times correctly, but at a certain point it arrives only at 2nd
>code line (poll_pdu = liblte_rrc_poll_pdu_num[ … etc …] ) and then
>segmentation signal is detected.
>From: Andre Puschmann [mailto:andre.puschmann at softwareradiosystems.com]
>Sent: Dienstag, 18. Juli 2017 22:41
>To: Umberto Fattore;
>srslte-users at lists.softwareradiosystems.com<mailto:srslte-users at lists.softwareradiosystems.com>
>Subject: Re: [srslte-users] Segmentation fault during attach with
>In case of a segfault it's difficult to rely on logs or pcap because
>they may not contain the "last messages" before death. Do you have a
>chance to run with gdb and tell where the segfault happens?
>On July 18, 2017 2:10:07 PM GMT+02:00, Umberto Fattore
><Umberto.Fattore at neclab.eu<mailto:Umberto.Fattore at neclab.eu>> wrote:
>I am encountering a problem with srslte software. I am trying to make
>an attach with my mobile phone. Obviously, the board I am using as
>eNodeB is connected to an MME (OpenEPC MME on VMWare virtual machine).
>If I try an attach with my phone, the S1AP exchange between eNodeB and
>MME is not able to be completed, because the srslte crashes for a
>Could you help me understing the reason of this ?
>I attach in the message both the Wireshark capture and the log srslte,
>that I suppose could help figure out the thing.
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