[Pkg-net-snmp-devel] Bug#497656: #497656 libsnmp-python: Lots of segfaults when using Python snmp module
bernat at debian.org
Thu Sep 4 09:57:59 UTC 2008
On Thu, 4 Sep 2008 10:46:44 +0200, Gabriele Messineo
<gabriele.messineo at winext.eu> wrote:
> I think you can fix this bug by applying this patch:
> --- python/netsnmp/client_intf.c
> +++ python/netsnmp/client_intf.c
> < snprintf(buf,"%ld", buf_len, *var->val.integer);
>> snprintf(buf, buf_len, "%ld", *var->val.integer);
> The bug has been introduced in the SVN 16962 and it's applied in the
> It's a simple type that cause every walk on integer MIBs to cause a
> from python.
> I've verified it is present in the latest experimental package
> and in the SVN Trunk of net-snmp (actually 17206).
Thanks for your quick reply. You are right. Here is a more detailed
#4 0x00007fa69711626a in __snprint_value (buf=0x7fffa02df3a0 "",
buf_len=4096, var=0x222af70, tp=0x21bbb80, type=16, flag=0)
341 snprintf(buf,"%ld", buf_len, *var->val.integer);
After applying your patch, the segfault is gone.
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