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    rpedde
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    And by volume of nightlies feedback, I’m opening this forum for business. Consider this the champagne-bottle-breaking festivity thing.

    So without further ado… did the 1116 nightly fix the races?

    Post edited by: rpedde, at: 2005/11/17 04:34

    #3825

    saintdev

    Umm hard to say.

    Checking to see if connection matches close
    And it does NOT
    Thread 0: Connection type HTTP/1.1
    : Connection: persist
    Thread 0: Original URI: /status.html
    Thread 0: Translated URI: /status.html
    Thread 0: Preparing to find handler
    Thread 0: URI Match!
    Thread 0: Time is 1132210366 seconds after epoch
    Thread 0: Setting time header
    Added *Date=Thu, 17 Nov 2005 06:52:46 GMT*
    Added *Connection=keep-alive*
    Added *Server=mt-daapd/cvs-20051116*
    Added *Content-Type=text/html*
    Added *Content-Language=en_us*
    Thread 0: Using non-default handler
    Preparing to decode YWRtaW46YkxZamNLeXg=
    Decoded admin:bLYjcKyx
    Decoded user=admin, pw=bLYjcKyx
    Added *HTTP_USER=admin*
    Added *HTTP_PASSWD=bLYjcKyx*
    Entering config_handler
    [Switching to Thread 1098918240 (LWP 3576)]

    Breakpoint 1, config_set_status (pwsc=0xb0e930, session=11594120,
    fmt=0xb0e930 “гS”) at configfile.c:1241
    1241 void config_set_status(WS_CONNINFO *pwsc, int session, char *fmt, …) {
    (gdb) step
    1247 DPRINTF(E_DBG,L_CONF,”Entering config_set_statusn”);
    (gdb)
    1241 void config_set_status(WS_CONNINFO *pwsc, int session, char *fmt, …) {
    (gdb)
    1245 char *newmsg = NULL;
    (gdb)
    1241 void config_set_status(WS_CONNINFO *pwsc, int session, char *fmt, …) {
    (gdb)
    1247 DPRINTF(E_DBG,L_CONF,”Entering config_set_statusn”);
    (gdb)
    err_log (level=4321104, cat=1, fmt=0x41eef2 “Entering config_set_statusn”)
    at err.c:100
    100 {
    (gdb)
    107 if(level) {
    (gdb)
    100 {
    (gdb)
    107 if(level) {
    (gdb)
    108 if(level > err_debuglevel)
    (gdb)
    111 if(!(cat & err_debugmask))
    (gdb)
    115 va_start(ap, fmt);
    (gdb)
    116 vsnprintf(errbuf, sizeof(errbuf), fmt, ap);
    (gdb)
    115 va_start(ap, fmt);
    (gdb)
    116 vsnprintf(errbuf, sizeof(errbuf), fmt, ap);
    (gdb)
    115 va_start(ap, fmt);
    (gdb)
    116 vsnprintf(errbuf, sizeof(errbuf), fmt, ap);
    (gdb)
    240 if((err=pthread_mutex_lock(&err_mutex))) {
    (gdb)
    121 if((!level) && (err_logdestination != LOGDEST_STDERR)) {
    (gdb)
    127 switch(err_logdestination) {
    (gdb)
    137 fprintf(stderr, “%s”,errbuf);
    (gdb)
    Entering config_set_status
    138 if(!level) fprintf(stderr,”Abortingn”);
    (gdb)
    256 if((err=pthread_mutex_unlock(&err_mutex))) {
    (gdb)
    148 if(!level) {
    (gdb)
    151 }
    (gdb)
    config_set_status (pwsc=0xb0e930, session=0,
    fmt=0x41ef50 “Serving admin pages”) at configfile.c:1249
    1249 if(fmt) {
    (gdb)
    1250 va_start(ap, fmt);
    (gdb)
    1251 vsnprintf(buffer, 1024, fmt, ap);
    (gdb)
    1250 va_start(ap, fmt);
    (gdb)
    1251 vsnprintf(buffer, 1024, fmt, ap);
    (gdb)
    1250 va_start(ap, fmt);
    (gdb)
    1251 vsnprintf(buffer, 1024, fmt, ap);
    (gdb)
    1254 newmsg = strdup(buffer);
    (gdb)
    1257 ws_lock_local_storage(config.server);
    (gdb)
    ws_lock_local_storage (pwsc=0x53b3d0) at webserver.c:1539
    1539 pwsp = (WS_PRIVATE *)pwsc->pwsp;
    (gdb)
    1540 ws_lock_connlist(pwsp);
    (gdb)
    ws_lock_connlist (pwsp=0x530700) at webserver.c:175
    175 void ws_lock_connlist(WS_PRIVATE *pwsp) {
    (gdb)
    176 if(pthread_mutex_lock(&pwsp->exit_mutex))
    (gdb) step

    Hangs right there :/

    Post edited by: saintdev, at: 2005/11/17 05:57

    #3826

    rpedde
    Participant

    okay… what about 11-17?? 🙂

    — Ron

    #3827

    saintdev

    It’s aliiiive! Ok, now time to beat on it 😀

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