[OpenSIPS-Users] B2BUA/Top Hiding in 1.7 trunk

ddgiants ddgiants at gmail.com
Thu Oct 27 19:59:58 CEST 2011

Ok found instructions on getting it from a core file - here ya go. I did the
hp-opensuse:/tmp # gdb opensips core_client

udp_rcv_loop () at udp_server.c:419


(gdb) bt
#0  0x00000000 in ?? ()
#1  0xb70b209e in b2bl_db_delete (tuple=0xb50ae0e0) at b2bl_db.c:136
#2  0xb70cde5d in b2bl_delete (tuple=0xb50ae0e0, hash_index=695,
not_del_b2be=0) at records.c:531
#3  0xb70ba127 in b2b_logic_notify_reply (src=1, msg=0x81fbb1c,
key=0xb50b41b0, body=0xbfc037ac, extra_headers=0xbfc037a4,
b2bl_key=0xbfc04058, hash_index=695, local_index=0)
    at logic.c:1178
#4  0xb70c1fc8 in b2b_logic_notify (src=1, msg=0x81fbb1c, key=0xb50b41b0,
type=1, param=0xbfc04058) at logic.c:1968
#5  0xb70c3794 in b2b_client_notify (msg=0x81fbb1c, key=0xb50b41b0, type=1,
param=0xbfc04058) at logic.c:2567
#6  0xb70f00cd in b2b_tm_cback (t=0xb50ae404, htable=0xb50a2f48,
ps=0xbfc040f4) at dlg.c:2522
#7  0xb70e3d81 in b2b_client_tm_cback (t=0xb50ae404, type=256,
ps=0xbfc040f4) at client.c:44
#8  0xb711c60f in run_trans_callbacks (type=256, trans=0xb50ae404, req=0x0,
rpl=0x81fbb1c, code=200) at t_hooks.c:212
#9  0xb712bc50 in local_reply (t=0xb50ae404, p_msg=0x81fbb1c, branch=0,
msg_status=200, cancel_bitmap=0xbfc04228) at t_reply.c:1358
#10 0xb712c8eb in reply_received (p_msg=0x81fbb1c) at t_reply.c:1503
#11 0x0806ccd2 in forward_reply (msg=0x81fbb1c) at forward.c:568
#12 0x080a92a1 in receive_msg (
    buf=0x81d2200 "SIP/2.0 200 OK\r\nVia: SIP/2.0/UDP;branch=z9hG4bK63b8.fb65e61.0\r\nFrom: \"xxx\"
<sip:xxxxxxxxxx at>;tag=ec18c2dd39374640f
193aecc9579b359\r\nTo: <sip:xxxxxxxxx at 192.168"..., len=338,
rcv_info=0xbfc043c8) at receive.c:203
#13 0x08112081 in udp_rcv_loop () at udp_server.c:419
#14 0x08075a02 in main_loop (argc=3, argv=0xbfc04564) at main.c:885
#15 main (argc=3, argv=0xbfc04564) at main.c:1503

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