Martin Gainty wrote:
> joerg ..any thoughts on this matter??
Sorry - none.
I never dealt with the inner workings of the SSL library.
Just seeing file descriptor 2 (standard error) used for socket
operations makes me assume *very* strongly that something went wrong
well before that part:
For some (until now: unknown) reason standard error must have been
closed, so that FD 2 became available for the socket creation, and in a
MYSQL client application I don't see any reason to ever close standard
I propose Tim should check the full truss output for some preceding
close(2). Hopefully, the surroundings of that call will give a hint what
(I hope it was caused by some write error, disk full, permission
problem, ... which Tim can fix. I of course agree such an error should
not make the program do a close(2), but it might happen nonetheless.)
That's all I can say here.
Joerg Bruehe, MySQL Build Team, joerg.bruehe@stripped
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