Re: Bug#508432: minimum testcase
On Sun, Feb 15, 2009 at 22:39, Sébastien Aperghis-Tramoni
>> In the fwknopd code, this happens when calling iptables, which
>> a SIGCHLD on exit, but can happen with any signal.
> I can't reproduce the problem using your test case, either with
> Net::Pcap 0.16 on OSX, Net::Pcap 0.04 or 0.16 on Debian etch x86.
I've been working with Net::Pcap 0.16 on Debian sid, which means:
I wouldn't surprise me if changes in the versions of any of these
would produce different results.
>> Meanwhile this is solved, see the attached patch that's useful as a
>> workaround for fwknopd
> Is this patch reversed? The destination already looks like the
> version of fwknopd I downloaded (1.9.10).
> If that's the case, I'm not sure to understand how this fixes the
Yes, sorry, see my other patch I've sent to the bug report.This was
reversed and incorrect. The workaround was just to use a minimum
callback that saves the values and then call the other routines (which
trigger a SIGCHLD) outside of the callback..