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i3 froze and crashed #3084

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tostiheld opened this Issue Dec 12, 2017 · 3 comments

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tostiheld commented Dec 12, 2017

Output of i3 --moreversion 2>&- || i3 --version:

Binary i3 version:  4.14.1 (2017-09-24) © 2009 Michael Stapelberg and contributors
Running i3 version: 4.14.1 (2017-09-24) (pid 1568)abort…)
Loaded i3 config: /home/thomas/.i3/config (Last modified: Tue 12 Dec 2017 11:34:18 CET, 4373 seconds ago)

The i3 binary you just called: /usr/bin/i3
The i3 binary you are running: i3

What I did:

Nothing.

i3 asked me to make a backtrace so I did.
i3-backtrace.1568.0.txt

What I saw:

i3 froze

What I expected instead:

i3 not to freeze

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I don’t see a link to logs.i3wm.org. Did you follow https://i3wm.org/docs/debugging.html? (In case you actually provided a link to a logfile, please ignore me.)

i3bot commented Dec 12, 2017

I don’t see a link to logs.i3wm.org. Did you follow https://i3wm.org/docs/debugging.html? (In case you actually provided a link to a logfile, please ignore me.)

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Thanks for reporting the bug and attaching the backtrace!

What I did:

Nothing.

Are you absolutely sure that you weren't touching your machine in that moment at all? Given where the crash happened I'd assume you were trying to do something with a window, like moving it or anything. It'd help to know what it is you were doing. :-)

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Airblader commented Dec 12, 2017

Thanks for reporting the bug and attaching the backtrace!

What I did:

Nothing.

Are you absolutely sure that you weren't touching your machine in that moment at all? Given where the crash happened I'd assume you were trying to do something with a window, like moving it or anything. It'd help to know what it is you were doing. :-)

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