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MediaProxy 2.3.1

Ryan Mullins
All,

Running on a newly installed Debian Lenny box (that should make it  
easier :)).  Installed MediaProxy 2.3.1 from the repository at ag-
projects (mediaproxy-common, mediaproxy-dispatch, mediaproxy-relay).

I can start up the media-dispatcher from the command line and it will  
just sit there.  When I fire up media-relay, it adds the new  
dispatcher and then exits out saying "Segmentation fault".  Once it  
does this, the dispatcher exits with the same error.

In syslog I'm seeing:

Jan 12 13:17:14 talk kernel: [241233.523398] media-relay[26933]  
general protection ip:b775c4bc sp:bffab6c4 error:0 in libgcrypt.so.
11.4.4[b773a000+66000]
Jan 12 13:17:14 talk kernel: [241233.543087] media-dispatche[26927]  
general protection ip:b78134bc sp:bfeae304 error:0 in libgcrypt.so.
11.4.4[b77f1000+66000]

Any ideas on where to start troubleshooting this?

Thanks!

-Ryan


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Re: Resolved: MediaProxy 2.3.1 install on Debian

Ryan Mullins
Got it working.  Found a post out there about this installing just fine on Ubuntu, fired up a VM and sure enough.

On a whim, went back to my Lenny box and removed (via aptitude) mediaproxy-common mediaproxy-relay mediaproxy-dispatcher and mediaproxy-www-sessions and installed them again using aptitude, and it's running.

Not sure what apt-get by itself seemed to have missed but aptitude seems to grab it.  Hope this saves someone else hours of frustration. :)

-Ryan


On Jan 12, 2009, at 1:23 PM, Ryan Mullins wrote:

All,

Running on a newly installed Debian Lenny box (that should make it  
easier :)).  Installed MediaProxy 2.3.1 from the repository at ag-
projects (mediaproxy-common, mediaproxy-dispatch, mediaproxy-relay).

I can start up the media-dispatcher from the command line and it will  
just sit there.  When I fire up media-relay, it adds the new  
dispatcher and then exits out saying "Segmentation fault".  Once it  
does this, the dispatcher exits with the same error.

In syslog I'm seeing:

Jan 12 13:17:14 talk kernel: [241233.523398] media-relay[26933]  
general protection ip:b775c4bc sp:bffab6c4 error:0 in libgcrypt.so.
11.4.4[b773a000+66000]
Jan 12 13:17:14 talk kernel: [241233.543087] media-dispatche[26927]  
general protection ip:b78134bc sp:bfeae304 error:0 in libgcrypt.so.
11.4.4[b77f1000+66000]

Any ideas on where to start troubleshooting this?

Thanks!

-Ryan


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Re: Resolved: MediaProxy 2.3.1 install on Debian

Ruud Klaver
Hi,

On 13 Jan 2009, at 00:30, Ryan Mullins wrote:

> Got it working.  Found a post out there about this installing just  
> fine on Ubuntu, fired up a VM and sure enough.
>
> On a whim, went back to my Lenny box and removed (via aptitude)  
> mediaproxy-common mediaproxy-relay mediaproxy-dispatcher and  
> mediaproxy-www-sessions and installed them again using aptitude, and  
> it's running.
>
> Not sure what apt-get by itself seemed to have missed but aptitude  
> seems to grab it.  Hope this saves someone else hours of  
> frustration. :)
>
> -Ryan
>
>
> On Jan 12, 2009, at 1:23 PM, Ryan Mullins wrote:
>
>> All,
>>
>> Running on a newly installed Debian Lenny box (that should make it
>> easier :)).  Installed MediaProxy 2.3.1 from the repository at ag-
>> projects (mediaproxy-common, mediaproxy-dispatch, mediaproxy-relay).
>>
>> I can start up the media-dispatcher from the command line and it will
>> just sit there.  When I fire up media-relay, it adds the new
>> dispatcher and then exits out saying "Segmentation fault".  Once it
>> does this, the dispatcher exits with the same error.
>>
>> In syslog I'm seeing:
>>
>> Jan 12 13:17:14 talk kernel: [241233.523398] media-relay[26933]
>> general protection ip:b775c4bc sp:bffab6c4 error:0 in libgcrypt.so.
>> 11.4.4[b773a000+66000]
>> Jan 12 13:17:14 talk kernel: [241233.543087] media-dispatche[26927]
>> general protection ip:b78134bc sp:bfeae304 error:0 in libgcrypt.so.
>> 11.4.4[b77f1000+66000]
>>
>> Any ideas on where to start troubleshooting this?
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>> -Ryan


Good to hear that you solved it, but I'm not quite sure what went  
wrong here. In any case, we recommend that you always use debian  
unstable, which is what we test and work with.

Ruud Klaver
AG Projects

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