[Vortex] Problem when calling vortex_connection_close
Robert M. Münch
robert.muench at robertmuench.de
Wed Apr 30 08:40:47 CEST 2008
On Tue, 29 Apr 2008 10:31:12 +0200, Francis Brosnan Blazquez
<francis at aspl.es> wrote:
>> I use "vortex_connection_foreach_channel" to do this. Will this
>> function walk over channel 0 as well? Because for one channel I get a
>> applicable" result when calling "vortex_channel_get_profile".
> Right. Channel 0 have that profile.
Hi, how about returning "Channel 0 profile" for a call to
"vortex_channel_get_profile"? I think this makes it more clear.
>> All channels return TRUE for "vortex_channel_is_ready"
> This function signals if the channel is ready in the sense a reply to a
> message sent won't be blocked by previous "waiting replies". In other
> words, you did receive all replies for all your messages if the function
> returns true.
And, that's what I'm looking for because the log-output states some replys
are missing. If each channel returns TRUE, no replys are missing.
> However, the log is reporting your channel didn't sent all replies to
> all messages received, which is the opposite:
> "we still didn't sent replies for connection=3208816 channel=3208768,
> block until all replies are sent"
> As a general rule, any MSG received, by both peers, must be replied by a
> RPY or ERR or ANS/NUL series.
That's how my code works and which is indicated by checking the channels.
It's really strange.
I hope we can sort out the strange log-output problem and than see what's
reported back to further track it down. Robert
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