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Sshd: Resource temporarily unavailable - solved, sort of
- From: "Campbell Fethers" <cf at cannex dot com dot au>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Tue, 24 Dec 2002 09:43:47 +1000
- Subject: Sshd: Resource temporarily unavailable - solved, sort of
Symptom: sshd disconnects immediately after connection, logging error
message "Read from socket failed: Resource temporarily unavailable". This is
apparently caused by windows returning status code WSAEWOULDBLOCK, which is
what it does if you attempt to do a non-blocking read when there is no data
available from the socket.
Another problem that seems to occur at the same time is that sshd.exe
sometimes starts using 40-50% of CPU, according to task manager, and keeps
using it until stopped.
Telnet still works, but while a session is connected, in.telnetd.exe uses
40-50% of CPU.
These problems magically vanish if McAfee is unloaded. Version is 7.00.5000,
scan engine 4.1.60. My previous McAfee, version 5 I think, didn't cause
these sorts of issues.
...*&*#!@ virus scanners.
I would be interested to know if this also solves Emilio Icaza's problem.
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