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Subject: t/sessions.t in 1.957 failing with old openssl (or maybe perl < 5.10)
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The newly cleaned-up t/sessions.t is failing for me on some old systems: Oldest passing: perl 5.10.0 / openssl 0.9.8g Newest failing: perl 5.8.8 / openssl 0.9.8b The t/sessions.t from 1.956 seems to work OK everywhere. The failing parts of the test are the second cache tests. I added some debug code to see what was being compared and it looks like the SSL objects are not being re-used from the original clients: t/sessions.......1..35 ok #Server initialization ok #Context init ok #Superficial Cache Addition Test ok #Superficial Cache Addition Test 2 ok #Cache Keys Check 1 ok #Cache Keys Check 2 ok #Cache Head Check ok #Cache Link Check ok #Client init ok #Client init ok #Cache Keys Check 3 ok #Cache Removal Test ok #Cache Tail Check ok #Cache Insertion Test ok #Cache Entry Test 0 (20002096 / 20002096) ok #Cache Entry Test 1 (20043440 / 20043440) ok #Cache Entry Test 2 (21468208 / 21468208) ok #Client init 2 ok #Cache Keys Check 4 ok #Cache Keys Check 5 not ok #Second Cache Entry Test 0 (20801776 / 20002096) ok #Write Test 0 ok #Server Read 0 ok #Server Write 0 ok #Read Test 0 not ok #Second Cache Entry Test 1 (20130944 / 20043440) ok #Write Test 1 ok #Server Read 1 ok #Server Write 1 ok #Read Test 1 not ok #Second Cache Entry Test 2 (20782304 / 21468208) ok #Write Test 2 ok #Server Read 2 ok #Server Write 2 ok #Read Test 2 FAILED tests 21, 26, 31 Failed 3/35 tests, 91.43% okay I think some session caching changes were made in openssl 0.9.8f, which might be relevant?
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Am Mo 11. Nov 2013, 05:29:42, paul@city-fan.org schrieb: Show quoted text
> The newly cleaned-up t/sessions.t is failing for me on some old > systems: > > Oldest passing: perl 5.10.0 / openssl 0.9.8g > Newest failing: perl 5.8.8 / openssl 0.9.8b > ...
fixed in 1.958. The problem was, that I've optimized the server side too much and by setting @client=() instead of close() each client it did not make a full SSL shutdown with older openssl versions, which then caused the server to abandon the session, so that it could ne be reused by the client. Thanks for reporting the problem.


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