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Cisco Bug: CSCup66250 - Does not call setupDirectoryLocation() before starting TelephonyService

Last Modified

Jul 17, 2014

Products (1)

  • Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator

Known Affected Releases

10.5(0)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
06-10 15:28:40.666 28337 28842 E csf.ecc.sipcc: src/softphonewrapper/CC_SIPCCService.cpp(332)| _SIPCCLoggerFunction | SIP : SIPTask : cpr_create_IPC_sock() failed: errno=2
06-10 15:28:40.671 28337 28842 D dalvikvm: threadid=30: thread exiting, not yet detached (count=0)
06-10 15:28:40.671 28337 28842 D dalvikvm: threadid=30: thread exiting, not yet detached (count=1)
06-10 15:28:40.676 28337 28842 E dalvikvm: threadid=30: native thread exited without detaching
06-10 15:28:40.681 28337 28842 E dalvikvm: VM aborting
06-10 15:28:40.706 28337 28844 I csf.ecc.sipcc: src/softphonewrapper/CC_SIPCCService.cpp(338)| _SIPCCLoggerFunction | SIPCC-SIP_REG: fsmdef_init: Disabling mass registration print
06-10 15:28:41.696 28337 28337 I Choreographer: Skipped 57 frames!  The application may be doing too much work on its main thread.
06-10 15:28:41.706 28337 28778 D csf.ecc.vcm.api: src/softphonewrapper/CC_SIPCCVcmBinding.cpp(686)| vcmInit | vcmInit() called.
06-10 15:28:41.706 28337 28778 D         : DEBUG [0x80291a40] [honewrapper/CC_SIPCCVcmBinding.cpp(2654)] [csf.ecc.vcm.api] [vcmGetVideoCodecList] - request_type=2 where VCM_DSP_DECODEONLY==0, VCM_DSP_ENCODEONLY==1, VCM_DSP_FULLDUPLEX==2, VCM_DSP_IGNORE==3
06-10 15:28:41.731 28337 28778 D         : DEBUG [0x80291a40] [rc/media/cpve/CpveVideoProvider.cpp(881)] [csf.ecc.media.term] [getCodecList] - getCodecList()
06-10 15:28:41.731 28337 28848 I         : INFO [0x7fabd6c0] [src/common/thread/Timer.cpp(154)] [csf.ecc] [run] - Started thread: 
06-10 15:28:41.731 28337 28778 I         : INFO [0x80291a40] 
06-10 15:28:41.936 28850 28850 D dalvikvm: Trying to load lib /data/app-lib/com.cisco.im-2/libgnustl_shared.so 0x42ae2170

reproduce step:
Crash during first login under manual sign in

Conditions:
Select Manual and then select phone only.
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