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Subject: Re: Connman coredump
From: Cliff McDiarmid
To: Daniel Wagner

Sent: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at 9:13 PM
From: "Daniel Wagner"
To: "Cliff McDiarmid" ,
Subject: Re: Connman coredump
Hi Cliff,

On 09/17/2017 03:04 PM, Cliff McDiarmid wrote:
> Hi
> Must apologize for other unconnected emails that have dropped in
> forum. Still trying to figure how that occured.
> I've been using Connman for about three years and have had nothing
> but success.
That nice to hear :)

> But I've just installed into a Gnome3 64bit systemd system. I'm
> now experiencing dumps every five minutes or so,

>Do you happen to get a stack trace?


> after restarting the
> connection, into /var/lib/connman. These consist of sizable files
> labelled 'stats-918J6Y', as an example, of up to a gig in size.

> There is nothing obvious from the journal log, but maybe the following?

>Is there something in the connman log (journald -u connman.service)? If
>not you could also start connman with the debug option and not in the
>background (-d -n); that is without systemd.

Started Connman manually from the command line with debug option with the output to a log file.

it crashed and produced a 'stats' file. It needs someone clever than me to interpret it.

The log file is attached.

thanks Daniel