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SubjectRe: [PATCH] khttpd crash fix, take 3
On Sun, Aug 25, 2002 at 08:29:08PM -0700, dank@kegel.com wrote:
> 1. An oops in DecodeHeader where Buffer[CPUNR] is NULL, happened
> whenever a worker thread was restarted after being stopped.
> (The worker thread frees its buffer on exit, but the manager thread
> neglected to allocate a buffer for the worker thread when restarting it.)
> 2. A bug that caused worker threads to be spuriously restarted once
> on startup (this made the previous bug much worse).
> 3. The end-user had to do a "sleep 1" after stopping the daemon
> before restarting it. This was not documented, and was rather confusing.
> 4. There was no entry in /usr/src/linux/Documentation for khttpd,
> and beginning users sometimes could not find the documentation.

BTW: would you step up as khttpd maintainer? It seems no ones else cares for
it and it's always good to have someone to drop patches/complaints at..

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