Deployment Architecture

What release is archivereader crash issue (_initCrcLen ) SPL-139004 fixed in?

jbarlow_splunk
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

A crash issue was encountered when reading files such as *.gz files

bool ArchiveCrcChecker::write(const char, size_t): Assertion `_dataProv.curPos() < _initCrcLen' failed.*

when the files in archives had csv headers larger than 8192 bytes

This was explained as being fixed via bug SPL-139004

The release notes for 6.5.6 do not list SPL-139004 as being fixed

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jbarlow_splunk
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Another bug, SPL-138909 addressed issue where exceptions occurred reading archive files
Errors were reported:
Exception details="Ran out of data while looking for end of header"

The fix for SPL-138909 also address the crash issue (SPL-139004 )

The earliest release for these fixes is 6.5.6

They are fixed in 6.6.4 , but the Release notes do not currently reflect this and request
in to update documentation
Planned to be in next 7.0.x release

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jbarlow_splunk
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Another bug, SPL-138909 addressed issue where exceptions occurred reading archive files
Errors were reported:
Exception details="Ran out of data while looking for end of header"

The fix for SPL-138909 also address the crash issue (SPL-139004 )

The earliest release for these fixes is 6.5.6

They are fixed in 6.6.4 , but the Release notes do not currently reflect this and request
in to update documentation
Planned to be in next 7.0.x release

alemarzu
Motivator

Hi there mate, I have recently stumble with this while upgrading my servers from 6.5 to 7.0.x. My two SH were just fine, but for some reason my DS and HF (plus DS inside a DMZ) failed and clean installs did't work either.

Any word from support about it ?

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