[Asterisk-Dev] Re: EAGAIN rtp.c
Wolfgang S. Rupprecht
list+asterisk-dev at lists.wsrcc.com
Mon Jul 12 23:00:05 MST 2004
cloos at jhcloos.com (James H. Cloos Jr.) writes:
> >>>>> "Wolfgang" == Wolfgang S Rupprecht <list+asterisk-dev at lists.wsrcc.com> writes:
> Wolfgang> Under unix and bsd EAGAIN simply means someone set the
> Wolfgang> socket to non-blocking and proceeded to read the socket
> Wolfgang> before any data arrived.
> As kram told me: read the linux's udp.c. It returns an EAGAIN when
> there is a checksum error.
If EAGAIN means both "there is no data available" and "your data got
mangled" how is one supposed to decide if there was an error or not?
I would think that the code would have to assume the best and not
scroll a line of warning every time a read returned empty-handed. As
it is now, there are times I get hundreds of these warnings (under
openbsd) when I make sip calls to a busy number and it rolls over to
Wolfgang S. Rupprecht http://www.wsrcc.com/wolfgang/
openbsd amd64 http://www.wsrcc.com/wolfgang/ftp/asterisk-openbsd35.patch
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