use getprpwnam in itanium B.11.23 in trusted system mode (174 Views)
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use getprpwnam in itanium B.11.23 in trusted system mode

when i use getprwnam run in itanium B.11.23
like this
char *pw_password =pw->pw_passwd;
//trust system get /tcb/files/auth
if ((spw=getprpwnam(pw->pw_name))!=NULL)
{
pw_password = spw->ufld.fd_encrypt;
}
when I use pstack to trace my program
ndb62:/#pstat ck 6863
6863: ./isAgent

-------------------------------- lwpid : 2335013 -------------------------------

0: 60000000c033d150 : _read_sys() + 0x30 (/usr/lib/hpux32/libc.so.1)
1: 60000000c0350080 : _read() + 0x160 (/usr/lib/hpux32/libc.so.1)
2: 60000000c031b0c0 : __filbuf() + 0x1e0 (/usr/lib/hpux32/libc.so.1)
3: 60000000c031ac90 : fgets() + 0x3d0 (/usr/lib/hpux32/libc.so.1)
4: 60000000c03c16b0 : agetent() + 0x190 (/usr/lib/hpux32/libsec.so.1)
5: 60000000c03c1e40 : agetdefault() + 0x70 (/usr/lib/hpux32/libsec.so.1)
6: 60000000c03e6770 : files_getprpwnam() + 0x190 (/usr/lib/hpux32/libsec.so.1)
7: 60000000c03e69b0 : nss_files_getprpwnam() + 0x70 (/usr/lib/hpux32/libsec.so.1)
8: 60000000c03aca50 : _nss_files_ipnodes_constr() + 0x40a0 (/usr/lib/hpux32/libnss_files.so.1)
9: 60000000c02fae80 : nss_search() + 0x460 (/usr/lib/hpux32/libc.so.1)
10: 60000000c03ecb10 : nss_getprpwnam_r() + 0x130 (/usr/lib/hpux32/libsec.so.1)
11: 60000000c03cb430 : nss_getprpwnam() + 0x120 (/usr/lib/hpux32/libsec.so.1)
12: 60000000c03cb2d0 : getprpwnam() + 0x50 (/usr/lib/hpux32/libsec.so.1)
13: 00000000042bba60 : (unknown) () (unknown)
14: 00000000042bd8e0 : (unknown) () (unknown)
15: 00000000040a0de0 : (unknown) () (unknown)
16: 000000000408b130 : (unknown) () (unknown)
17: 0000000004088400 : (unknown) () (unknown)
18: 0000000004084670 : (unknown) () (unknown)
19: 60000000c0029540 : main_opd_entry() + 0x50 (/usr/lib/hpux32/dld.so)


Can anyone know what wrong in my program






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Re: use getprpwnam in itanium B.11.23 in trusted system mode

>when I use pstack to trace my program

Why not use a debugger?

>Can anyone know what wrong in my program?

Why do you think anything is wrong? Because of the "unknown"? Is your program stripped?
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Re: use getprpwnam in itanium B.11.23 in trusted system mode

thanks for your reply

because this server is not mine
I cannot trace to that server
I use pstack command,and i try serval time it also show above status

so i think getprpwnam() which it have some wrong

I need to force core dump file function
that i could debug




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Re: use getprpwnam in itanium B.11.23 in trusted system mode

thanks for your reply
but is it a right answer?

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Re: use getprpwnam in itanium B.11.23 in trusted system mode

>because this server is not mine, I cannot trace to that server

What do you mean? Do you have wdb/gdb installed?
Is your executable stripped??

>I try several time it also show above status

It could just be busy reading. Or blocked on a socket. Here tusc would help.

>I need to force core dump file function

No need, try using gdb to attach.
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Re: use getprpwnam in itanium B.11.23 in trusted system mode

because i have two thread so i closed this
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Re: use getprpwnam in itanium B.11.23 in trusted system mode

>because I have two thread so I closed this

(Closing this without assigning points means you don't want any help at all on either problem.)

Please read the following about reopening threads and assigning points:
http://forums.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/helptips.do?#41
http://forums.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/helptips.do?#33

Your unassigned threads:
http://forums.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/pageList.do?userId=WW161729&listType=unassigned
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