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Bug 8352

Summary: date -f : Segmentation fault
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: Lew Riley <rileyle>
Component: sh-utilsAssignee: bero
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Description Lew Riley 2000-01-10 23:23:56 UTC
Using the -f switch with the date command, the date strings in the file are
processed properly, and then I get a segmentation fault. For example:

$ date > t.t
$ date >> t.t
$ date -f t.t
Mon Jan 10 18:29:25 EST 2000
Mon Jan 10 18:29:29 EST 2000
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

This was not a problem on RedHat 5.2. Running strace, it looks like a final
read runs off the end of the file causing the fault.

Comment 1 Elliot Lee 2000-02-03 21:42:59 UTC
Works with the 'date' on my system, I'll assume it has been fixed recently.