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BUG: Keka crashes when trying to unpack 7zip file #242

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bjesuiter opened this Issue Jul 24, 2018 · 13 comments

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bjesuiter commented Jul 24, 2018

How to replay the issue

  • double click on 7z file
  • "Keka needs file access" - Message
  • Klick 'Give Access'
  • Macintosh HDD is preselected (as expected)
  • click "Give Access to Keka"

Expected

  • 7z file will be unpacked besides the original 7z file

Observed:

  • Keka crashes with the message

"Entpacken von "Filename" Fehlgeschlagen
Fehlercode 2 mit "p7zip"
Fataler Fehler

  • The original 7z file which I wanted to extract, is gone.

Additional Information

  • 7z File could be password protected, can't test that now
  • I testet unpacking it on the Desktop, after failing to unpack it on a mounted cryptomator volume.
  • When I try unpacking this file again, Keka still asks for access permission

System

  • MacBook Pro (15 Zoll, 2016)
  • High Sierra Version 10.13.6

@issuelabeler issuelabeler bot added p7zip zip labels Jul 24, 2018

@bjesuiter bjesuiter changed the title Keka crashes when trying to unpack 7zip file BUG: Keka crashes when trying to unpack 7zip file Jul 24, 2018

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aonez commented Jul 24, 2018

@bjesuiter thanks for the feedback! Can you remove the Keka bookmarks (close Keka first):

defaults delete com.aone.keka Bookmarks

This will force the recreation of the access bookmark. I'm almost finishing an updated version 1.1.2 that will fix most of those issues.

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aonez commented Jul 24, 2018

Also a system restart may fix this, since the system may deny Keka access to files until a reboot.

@aonez aonez added bug core sandbox and removed p7zip zip labels Jul 24, 2018

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gingerbeardman commented Jul 24, 2018

Maybe try granting access, quit Keka, relaunch, then extract?

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aonez commented Jul 26, 2018

@bjesuiter can you try with the newly released 1.1.2 version?

@aonez aonez modified the milestones: 1.1.2, 1.1.3 Jul 27, 2018

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ParthPadg commented Sep 5, 2018

note: this is still happening on 1.1.3, but the defaults delete com.aone.keka Bookmarks seems to have fixed it.

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aonez commented Sep 5, 2018

@ParthPadg also the original file deletion part? Can you take a look if there are any Keka logs in the Console.app? Thanks in advance!

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ParthPadg commented Sep 5, 2018

ah, sorry, I misread the original report. There wasn't any file deletion; I would double-click on a ZIP file, Keka would immediately crash, and the ZIP was untouched.

I found this in the Console:

11  com.aone.keka                 	0x00000001082031eb 0x108200000 + 12779
12  com.aone.keka                 	0x00000001082068a3 0x108200000 + 26787
       0x108200000 -        0x108230fff +com.aone.keka (1.1.2 - 2787) <53976661-EFF6-3A24-8F54-44AF4F82486B> /Applications/Keka.app/Contents/MacOS/Keka

hopefully that means more to you than it does to me! ;)

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aonez commented Sep 5, 2018

Thanks @ParthPadg! Sincerely from those lines I just can tell this was from a 1.1.2 Keka version... If there was a crash, there should be a Keka_XXX.crash report file that you can zip and share here. It must be in this folder: ~/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports

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ParthPadg commented Sep 5, 2018

okay! found a few crash files and uploaded them here:
crashes.zip

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bjesuiter commented Sep 5, 2018

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aonez commented Sep 5, 2018

Glad to hear that @bjesuiter!

@ParthPadg those crashes where form the 1.1.2 version. If you find any problem with the current 1.1.3 let me know in a new issue! Thanks a lot for the feedback! :)

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ParthPadg commented Sep 5, 2018

@aonez that's strange; I'm on 1.1.3...but my issue is resolved, so I'll hang tight for now. Thanks for such an awesome tool!

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