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ghostscript gs command cores dump when processing pdf file (Doc ID 2928584.1)

Last updated on APRIL 18, 2023

Applies to:

Solaris Operating System - Version 11.4 and later
Oracle Solaris on SPARC (64-bit)
Oracle Solaris on x86 (32-bit)


When printing a pdf file gs process core dumps with the following stack:

-bash-5.1$ mdb
Loading modules: [ ]
gs:core> $C
fffffe8953ecd961 0x76af6d0450(76af6d0490?, 76af57ff48?, fffffffffffffff0?, 80?, 76af5ce300?, 80?)
fffffe8953ecda11 s_file_read_close+0x20(fffffffffffffffe?, 1fff45c9380270?, fffffffffffffff0?, 80?, 76af5ce300?, 76af6d0490?)
fffffe8953ecdac1 file_close_disable+0x10(76af610d48?, 76af57fe08?, 1fff45c9380270?, 108?, 76af60c860?, 0?)
fffffe8953ecdb71 file_close_file+0x14(76af610d48?, 76af57ff48?, 76af60cf80?, 0?, 76af60d0e8?, 0?)
fffffe8953ecdc21 sclose+0xc(76af610d48?, 76af610d48?, 76af60cf48?, 808?, 76af60c860?, 76af610d48?)
fffffe8953ecdcd1 gs'restore_finalize+0x5c(76af57fe08?, 1fff45c93802d8?, fffffe8953ece588?, 76af611b50?, 76af610d38?, 168?)
fffffe8953ecdda1 gs'alloc_restore_step_in+0x14(76af5b2530?, 76af60c888?, 116?, 76af581218?, 76af57fe08?, 76af60c888?)
fffffe8953ecde61 gs'alloc_restore_all+0x5c(76af5b2528?, 76af580b68?, 76af581218?, 76af5b2530?, 76af57fe08?, 76af60c858?)
fffffe8953ece491 gs'gs_main_finit+0x614(76af57f240?, 0?, 0?, 76af5b2528?, 0?, 76af57d3d0?)
fffffe8953ece611 gs'psapi_exit+0x10(0?, 7?, fffffe8953ecf068?, fffffe8953ecef74?, 1fff45cb0a2d00?, 76af57d3d0?)
fffffe8953ece6c1 main+0x104(7?, fffffe8953ecf068?, fffffe8953ecf0a8?, 1fff45c8d27c68?, 0?, ffffffffffffff9b?)
fffffe8953ece781 _start+0x64(0?, 0?, 0?, 0?, 0?, 0?)




 System was upgraded to Solaris 11.4 SRU 51


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