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|0001743||aMule||Utilities||public||2015-01-07 01:46||2016-04-17 04:00|
|Target Version||2.3.2||Fixed in Version||2.3.2|
|Summary||0001743: crash when importing part files|
in Debian was reported this bug: http://bugs.debian.org/774637 [^]
I recently tried to import a part file through the aMule import option. After
choosing the proper folder (which holds the *.part, *.part.met, *.part.met.bak
files only) I am queried for whether aMule should delete the original files
after import. Regardless of whether I answer 'Yes' or 'No', aMule crashes
immediately after that. The original files are never removed and the 'imported'
file gets added the the download list, but the parts already downloaded are not
recognised (the download starts from 0%). I include a backtrace generated by
I also remembered that I used the import function a couple of months ago
without any problems on aMule 2.3.1-11. I installed that version from Debian
snapshot repository and tried it but the behaviour was the same, so the problem
probably lies in one of the libraries mentioned in the backtrace and not in
aMule itself. I also tried to downgrade those libraries, but I failed probably
due to other dependencies.
so it happens both with 2.3.1 and with git snapshot at commitid=1a369e47 .
Attached is the gdb session of the crash.
|Steps To Reproduce||enable "Preallocate disk space for new files"|
try to import a partfile
|Additional Information||There is also a race condition in the partfile name creation process...|
|Tags||No tags attached.|
|Fixed in Revision||10920|
|Attached Files||amule_bts774637.gdb [^] (17,186 bytes) 2015-01-07 01:46|
Importing fails (crashes) if the "Preallocate disk space for new files" option is enabled in the preferences. I'm working on a fix that takes into consideration the value of the above preference setting.
As a workaround until it's fixed, importing is possible by temporarily disabling disk space preallocation.
|The current approach won't take into account the "Preallocate disk space for new files" setting for imported partfiles. See the commit note on https://github.com/amule-project/amule/commit/393acf5ce78dfdabd7316c44a78511db1c7bae74 [^]|
|2015-01-07 01:46||morph||New Issue|
|2015-01-07 01:46||morph||File Added: amule_bts774637.gdb|
|2015-01-19 22:47||GonoszTopi||Note Added: 0003648|
|2015-01-19 22:47||GonoszTopi||Assigned To||=> GonoszTopi|
|2015-01-19 22:47||GonoszTopi||Reproducibility||sometimes => always|
|2015-01-19 22:47||GonoszTopi||Status||new => confirmed|
|2015-01-19 22:47||GonoszTopi||Target Version||=> 2.3.2|
|2015-01-19 22:47||GonoszTopi||Steps to Reproduce Updated||View Revisions|
|2015-01-19 22:47||GonoszTopi||Additional Information Updated||View Revisions|
|2016-04-17 04:00||GonoszTopi||Fixed in Revision||=> 10920|
|2016-04-17 04:00||GonoszTopi||Note Added: 0003688|
|2016-04-17 04:00||GonoszTopi||Status||confirmed => resolved|
|2016-04-17 04:00||GonoszTopi||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2016-04-17 04:00||GonoszTopi||Fixed in Version||=> 2.3.2|
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