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Re: core dump on curl function call

From: Henrik Holst via curl-library <>
Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2021 13:23:37 +0200

And if you are running on Linux/BSD/Unix then run your application under
valgrind to see if that catches anything suspicious (it usually does).


Den mån 18 okt. 2021 kl 10:20 skrev treesa fairy joseph via curl-library <>:

> Thanks, I will do that.
> On Mon, Oct 18, 2021 at 1:20 PM Daniel Stenberg <> wrote:
>> On Mon, 18 Oct 2021, treesa fairy joseph wrote:
>> > My issue still there. I could not proceed much.
>> I would propose three different things that can help you go forward.
>> 1. build with debug enabled and debug-symbols present so that when you
>> get a
>> crash, you can view arguments and local variables. It helps diagnosing.
>> And
>> when you show us stack traces, we can tell a lot more about what was
>> going on.
>> 2. switch back to a simpler logic and code (that works) as a test and
>> then
>> work yourself forward again as then when/if you get a crash again you
>> know
>> what introduced the crash. You should be able to get a working libcurl
>> using
>> function for simple things almost based entirely on provided examples.
>> 3. if these two steps fail, or perhaps in parallel, create a separate
>> application that is not tied to your real application that works similar
>> as
>> your real application but is a separate thing that you write to work with
>> a
>> public URL and that once it reproduces the problem, you can share with us
>> and
>> we can help assist in the debugging.
>> Also: make sure you're not working with an ancient libcurl version.
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Received on 2021-10-18