Sent: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at 9:13 PM
From: "Daniel Wagner" <wagi(a)monom.org>
To: "Cliff McDiarmid" <cliffhanger(a)gardener.com>, connman(a)lists.01.org
Subject: Re: Connman coredump
I think the last message was unreadable, I'm sending again.
On 09/17/2017 03:04 PM, Cliff McDiarmid wrote:
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
That nice to hear :)
But I've just installed into a Gnome3 64bit systemd system.
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
Is there something in the connman log (journald -u connman.service)?
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
it crashed and produced a 'stats' file. It needs someone clever than me to
The log file is attached.