In message <_A1331@delegate-en.ML_> on 09/17/01(08:12:12)
you Martin Loeffler <email@example.com> wrote:
|> Could you test what will happen if you post this record of message
|> as a whole (removing ^M at line end, sending ending "." line at the
|> same time) to the server by hand ?
|Ok - the same thing happened; it just locked. To be sure I understood
|you correctly, you wanted me to send the entire body of the message
|as one long string, then a '.' on a line by itself afterwards?
I wish to test whether or not the same POSTing blocks when it is
done via DeleGate while succeeding when it is done directly.
I thought a possible difference between them is that, the "."
line is sent packed in a same TCP packet with the POSTed message
via DeleGate, but it could be sent in a different packet in
And the patch I posted before does split the packet by flushing
output stream buffer to server before forwarding the "." line.
|#4 0x8064da0 in xPollIn ()
|#5 0x8065bb1 in fgetsTIMEOUT ()
|#6 0x80b59f8 in fgetsFSline ()
|#7 0x80b5a92 in fgetsFS ()
|#8 0x80b9c92 in NNTP_POST ()
Thank you. It is confirmed that the DeleGate is blocking in
the path ...->NNTP_POST()->fgetsFS()->... as I expected.
|Ok, I did, and connections failed with 'permission denied':
|502 Permission Denied - Permission Denied - NNTP Server^M
It seems that your host of DeleGate is not permitted from the server.
Doesn't it happen with "telnet theServer 119" ?
@ @ Yutaka Sato <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.delegate.org/y.sato/
( - ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
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