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SubjectRe: usbip: somtimes stalls at kernel_recvmsg()
Németh Márton wrote:
> I'm working with usbip and I sometimes see a stall when I run
> the "lsusb" command from the userspace. I added some debug messages
> and it seems that the kernel_recvmsg() in
> This is the only place I could find where the TCP messages are arriving in
> the usbip code.
> What happens if a message does not arrive? Does it stall forever? If
> yes, how can the kernel_recvmsg() call changed to handle some timeout?

I found that the userspace manpage of recvmsg(2) ("man recvmsg") contains description
of the "flags" parameter. I suppose the parameters and behaviour of the userspace
recvmsg() is the same as the kernelspace kernel_recvmsg().

Márton Németh
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