accept: Bad address
Wed Apr 4 09:25:00 GMT 2018
On Apr 3 22:59, Mark Geisert wrote:
> Ilguiz Latypov via cygwin wrote:
> > Hello,
> > The latest Cygwin 64-bit release with the snapshot cygwin1.dll copied on top of it shows an "accept: Bad address error" in 3 reproducible cases:
> > (a) The sshd daemon on receiving a connection request.
> > (b) The XWin server on receiving a connection request from an X11 client such as xterm.
> > (c) The Python server receiving a TCP connection in the socket's accept().
> That is likely a different problem with similar symptoms.
> > A StackOverflow question 41018644 from December 2016 showed an example of the bug with the Python server (c).
> There seems to have been a brief period of time in March where accept() was
> not working properly. There was one report on the list (from Denis
> Excoffier) and at the same time it wasn't working for me, also using X, on a
> personal build of the Cygwin DLL from git source. Denis later reported it
> working again, and I can confirm it is working again for me.
I reshuffled lots of socket code to make room for a new AF_UNIX
implementation. While at it, I screwed up in a few places, so
socket code was broken for a bit. The OpenSSH testsuite helped
a lot to find the bugs, btw :}
> Corinna or somebody else with the chops/access, could we get a new Cygwin
> DLL snapshot built when you have a chance?
New snapshots are up.
Corinna Vinschen Please, send mails regarding Cygwin to
Cygwin Maintainer cygwin AT cygwin DOT com
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