”SIGSEGV occurred!“ with OpenVAS Scanner 6.0.0 Centos7 x64

gvm-10

#1

sd main-Message: Starts a new scan. Target(s) : 172.16.186.130, with max_hosts = 16 and max_checks = 30
sd main-Message: Testing 172.16.186.130 [71515]
(openvassd:71545): sd main-WARNING **: SIGSEGV occurred!
(openvassd:71545): sd main-WARNING **: openvassd: testing 172.16.186.130 (/opt/engine/sysscan/openvas/plugins/2011/synscan.nasl)() [0x40faea]
(openvassd:71545): sd main-WARNING **: openvassd: testing 172.16.186.130 (/opt/engine/sysscan/openvas/plugins/2011/synscan.nasl)(sighand_segv+0x24) [0x40fb9a]
(openvassd:71545): sd main-WARNING **: /usr/lib64/libc.so.6(+0x35270) [0x7ff6d75fb270]
(openvassd:71545): sd main-WARNING **: ./lib/libopenvas_nasl.so.10(scan+0x1a2) [0x7ff6da1d7ab9]

(openvassd:71545): sd main-WARNING **: ./lib/libopenvas_nasl.so.10(plugin_run_synscan+0x89) [0x7ff6da1d7e81]
(openvassd:71545): sd main-WARNING **: ./lib/libopenvas_nasl.so.10(nasl_func_call+0x3a6) [0x7ff6da1e79cf]
(openvassd:71545): sd main-WARNING **: ./lib/libopenvas_nasl.so.10(nasl_exec+0x8c8) [0x7ff6da1c4b68]
(openvassd:71545): sd main-WARNING **: ./lib/libopenvas_nasl.so.10(nasl_exec+0x269) [0x7ff6da1c4509]
(openvassd:71545): sd main-WARNING **: ./lib/libopenvas_nasl.so.10(nasl_exec+0x2d3) [0x7ff6da1c4573]
(openvassd:71545): sd main-WARNING **: ./lib/libopenvas_nasl.so.10(exec_nasl_script+0x403) [0x7ff6da1c6a8c]


#2

Can you build a Debug-Version of it, and check the backtrace with GDB what caused the sighand_segv ? It looks that the issue might be within a glibc function. With all this issue you can open a bug-ticket at github.