I am quite newbie to Linux administration. My
ss command started to terminate with Segmentation fault and I don't know how to investigate the reason and solve the problem.
Details: While setting up machine on Amazon EC2 I came at some point to the situation, when
ss started to terminate with Segmentation fault. I am not sure when exactly was the cause since I installed bunch of software meanwhile. Restarting the machine does not help.
I made these observations:
ss - exits with Segmentation fault
ss -4 - runs OK
ss -6- exits with Segmentation fault
There is no other message I could start with. What steps could I take to solve the problem? Thanks for your hints.
I am running Ubuntu Hardy Heron 8.04 LST.
Please, don't suggest alternatives to ss. I I don't run it myself, it's used by
bijk-node, which is a server monitoring tool (see bijk.com). As a workaround I disabled this particular statistics, but I would like to have it back.