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Re: fetchmail problem with latest cygwin-1.5.6-1
On Thu, Jan 22, 2004 at 09:51:39AM +0100, Dr. Volker Zell wrote:
>>>>>> "Jason" == Jason Tishler <email@example.com> writes:
> Jason> Volker,
> Jason> On Mon, Jan 19, 2004 at 08:00:54PM +0100, Dr. Volker Zell wrote:
> >> fetchmail doesn't work with the latest cygwin-1.5.6-1. See below:
> >> fetchmail: reading message Dr.Volker.Zell@bigip-amerimap.oraclecorp.com:207 of 213 (3253 header octets) fetchmail: (10881 body octets)
> >> 691 [main] sh 940 sig_send: error sending signal -33 to pid 940, pipe handle 0x324, Win32 error 232
> >> 51772 [main] sh 940 sig_send: error sending signal -33 to pid 940, pipe handle 0x324, Win32 error 232
> >> fetchmail: not flushed
> >> fetchmail: reading message Dr.Volker.Zell@bigip-amerimap.oraclecorp.com:208 of 213 (3204 header octets)
> >> 125 [main] fetchmail 2200 fhandler_base::dup: dup(/dev/null) failed, handle 1C0, Win32 error 6
> Jason> FWIW, I cannot reproduce the above problem on Windows 2000 SP4 under
> Jason> cygwin-1.5.6-1 or the 2004-Jan-21 snapshot. BTW, my fetchmail and
> Jason> procmail setups appear to be similar to yours.
>Well I cannot produce the problem either on a W2K server edition at
>home, which is otherwise setup exactly as my laptop on w2k prof. edition.
>I just noticed that on my laptop fetchmail runs fine when running under
>So how can I debug this. Do I need a debuggable cygwin dll ?
Yes. And, building with --enable-debugging might be useful since there is
a chance that it will detect handle corruption which, I suspect is what is
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