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conserver uses 99% CPU

Alexandra N. Kossovsky Alexandra.Kossovsky@oktetlabs.ru
Mon, 21 Nov 2005 02:45:42 -0800 (PST)


We use conserver to share console access to devices. We use usual "console"
clients as well as home-made library to log data from console into the logs
of running test.

After using home-made library, conserver sometimes runs with 99% CPU.
Please note, that home-made library sometimes fails to close
connection to conserver propely, but server should not behave in such a way
if a client failed to do the things properly.

home-made library is very simple: it connects, sends "^Ec;", logs all
incoming data, tries to send "^Ec.", closes the socket.
I'm ready to provide any necessary information.

I've tried conserver 8.1.1 (default in Debian Sarge), 8.1.11 and 8.1.12,
there is no difference in their behaviour.

I've reported this problem to Debian bugtracker (339729), and Debian
maintainer Joergen Haegg advised me to forward my problem here.


Alexandra N. Kossovsky
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