After Upgrading a Novell SLES10 Server from SP2 to SP3 everything worked just nice, only Yosemite Server Backup 8.5 from Barracudaware went havoc. Fist it corrupted its database causing a disk utilization that rendered the server unusable. With a new (clean) library the backup daemon crashed repeatedly after several hours, again destroying its library.
Linux event log showed the following error:
ytlinsdr: *** glibc detected *** /usr/local/yosemite/yosemitebackup/v8.50-sp2/lin/x86_64/ytlinsdr: double free or corruption (!prev): ...
This indicates that there is a memory allocation problem in ytlinsdr that causes it to be killed.
This issue could surface in other linux distributions as well. Barracudaware support indicates that there are no plans to fix this bug, it may also show up in Yosemite Backup 8.7