Segfault in distro 1.1009.210.62-1

Hello All,

At every incoming call, I get a segmentation fault error.

I Did install the Distro iso version 1.1007.210.62-1 then upgrade to 1.1008.210.62-1
Everything was fine at this point.
Then I upgrade to 1.1009.210.62-1 and the error happen at every incoming call.

How can I help you to correct this?

Alexandre Dubois.


Oct 22 15:03:24 localhost kernel: asterisk[9210]: segfault at 24100000000 ip 00007f5a1d42cfba sp 00007f59c290ca88 error 4 in[7f5a1d2f9000+186000]

Here is a extract of the “/var/log/asterisk/full” log:

[2012-10-22 15:03:24] VERBOSE[9209] pbx.c: – Goto (macro-dial,s,3)
[2012-10-22 15:03:24] VERBOSE[9209] pbx.c: – Executing [[email protected]:3] AGI(“SIP/Voicemeup-trunk-00000000”, “dialparties.agi”) in new stack
[2012-10-22 15:03:24] VERBOSE[9209] res_agi.c: – Launched AGI Script /var/lib/asterisk/agi-bin/dialparties.agi
[2012-10-22 15:03:24] VERBOSE[9210] app_mixmonitor.c: == Begin MixMonitor Recording SIP/Voicemeup-trunk-00000000
[2012-10-22 15:03:28] VERBOSE[9220] config.c: == Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/asterisk.conf’: [2012-10-22 15:03:28] VERBOSE[9220] config.c: == Found
[2012-10-22 15:03:28] VERBOSE[9220] manager.c: == Manager registered action DBGet
[2012-10-22 15:03:28] VERBOSE[9220] manager.c: == Manager registered action DBPut

Are you still seeing this issue. It would appear to me to be a hardware issue.

Yes The problem is still there.

I did reinstall from scratch on a VirtualBox directely from the .iso: FreePBX-1.1009.210.62-x86_64-Full-1350438464.

My connection is a SIP trunk and I don’t have any specialized hardware.
Everything work fine with FreePBX-1.1008.210.62-1

So the problem is only with 1.1009.210.62 on both a Core 2 duo computer and a VirtualBox running on a Windows 7 box (Intel core i5)

For testing on my Virtual box, I did a default backup on my working 1.1008.210.62 (Core 2 duo) and restore it on the virtual box 1.1009.210.62 so the settings are the same.

The only difference I can see is the asterisk version.

Alexandre Dubois.

Sounds like a asterisk issue. I am not seeing this with my virtual install of 10.9. Is anyone else experiencing this. If so I suggest opening a ticket with asterisk.

I did create a ticket #6041 some days ago.
Someone else (sr377) have report the same problem in 1.1009.210.58-1

I realize this is a Asterisk issue but I have thought that you should be informed as it is in a FreePBX Distro.

Right now, I’m installing a 1.1100.210.63-1 distro to see if my bug is still there.


The problem don’t show with Distro ISO release 1.1100.210.63-1 in my VirtualBox


ok looks like a Asterisk 10.9 issue then.