Segfault occurs on a brackground thread within about 5-10 seconds of broker startup at src/qpid/broker/Link.cpp:465. segfault stack trace attached, frames #3 and #5 are of particular relevance.
The unchecked Bridge::shared_ptr derived from the iterator is null and the invocation of bridge->closed() triggers the segfault. Adding a simple null check (as per attached segfault-fix.patch) fixes the segfault but not the underlying reason for the null pointer.
The segfault appears to be related to how a second broker (henceforth "broker1") is configured; this is the one to which the links are established. Without broker1, the "segfaulting broker" (aka "broker2") does not do its thing. It may be that broker1 returns invalid data to broker2 but this is not in the scope of this bug report, which focuses on the segfault.
Unfortunately the steps to arrive at this situation are not clear so the reproduce is a bit hacky - the data directory, config file and some certs for the two brokers are attached as a tarball in the hope that they can be arranged in such a way as to provide a reproduce in lieu of a purely step-based procedure.
Steps to reproduce:
- Temporarily add a DNS alias to the local machine of "octopussy" (necessary due to cert config and durable link config in broker2's data store)
- Extract the attached segfault-repoduce.tar.gz to an empty directory (assumed to be cwd)
- Start broker1 with "qpidd --config broker1/qpidd.conf"
- In another shell with the same cwd, start broker2 with "qpidd --config broker2/qpidd.conf"
- Observe segfault in broker2 after 5-10 seconds.