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Infinite loop in singlesocket #3970

ericwuseattle opened this issue May 30, 2019 · 1 comment

Infinite loop in singlesocket #3970

ericwuseattle opened this issue May 30, 2019 · 1 comment


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ericwuseattle commented May 30, 2019

(gdb) p *entry
$29 = {
list = {
head = 0x80be848,
tail = 0x80be848,
dtor = 0x0,
size = 1
action = 1,
socketp = 0x0,
users = 1,
readers = 1,
writers = 0

  1. the loop i = 0 to MAX_SOCKSPEREASYHANDLE

  2. i was setting back to 0

  3. when entry action == comboaction will go back 1) and i = 1, 2) will set to 0 again. loop forever.
    // comboaction = 1, entry->action = 1

could we make a change to use index rather re-using i?
For example:
/* check if new for this transfer */
int index = 0;
for(index; index < data->numsocks; index++) {

bagder added a commit that referenced this issue May 31, 2019
An inner loop within the singlesocket() function wrongly re-used the
variable for the outer loop which then could cause an infinite
loop. Change to using a separate variable!

Reported-by: Eric Wu
Fixes #3970
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bagder commented May 31, 2019

Thanks, I agree with your conclusion and I've proposed PR #3973 to fix this!

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