Opened 11 years ago

Closed 11 years ago

#3718 closed Bug (invalid)

Transmission DHT dht_periodic failed

Reported by: dk_giuse Owned by:
Priority: Normal Milestone: None Set
Component: Transmission Version: 2.11
Severity: Normal Keywords:
Cc:

Description

I have compilated OpenWrt? trunk (r23867) including packages transmission-deamon & transmission-web.

it use use 100% of Cpu, and in system log, i read to many error..

....
Nov  4 22:41:48 Fon2G user.err transmission-daemon[14170]: DHT dht_periodic failed (errno = 0) (tr-dht.c:708)
Nov  4 22:41:48 Fon2G user.err transmission-daemon[14170]: DHT dht_periodic failed (errno = 0) (tr-dht.c:708)
Nov  4 22:41:48 Fon2G user.err transmission-daemon[14170]: DHT dht_periodic failed (errno = 0) (tr-dht.c:708)
Nov  4 22:41:48 Fon2G user.err transmission-daemon[14170]: DHT dht_periodic failed (errno = 0) (tr-dht.c:708)
...
...

Version installed:

root@Fon2G:~# opkg list_installed | grep transmission
transmission-daemon - 2.11-1
transmission-web - 2.11-1
root@Fon2G:~# 

Architecture is Atheros AR2315 by fonera 2.0g.

Change History (4)

comment:1 Changed 11 years ago by jch

I'm a little puzzled by that. Unless I'm mistaken, there's no way dht_periodic can return -1 with errno unset.

comment:2 Changed 11 years ago by charles

There are only three return points in dht_periodic(). One of them is hardcoded to "return 1;" so we can discard that one from the list of suspects. The other two are from checking the return value of a call to recvfrom():

            rc = recvfrom(dht_socket, buf, 1536, 0, source, &sourcelen);
            if(rc < 0 && errno != EAGAIN) {
                    return rc;
            }

and

            rc = recvfrom(dht_socket6, buf, 1536, 0,
                          source, &sourcelen);
            if(rc < 0 && errno != EAGAIN) {
                    return rc;
            }

And the manpage for recvfrom() says errno will be set if recvfrom() fails.

dk_giuse, do you have any idea what version / type of libc your system is running? For example, is it GNU libc, or uClibc, and what version number?

Last edited 11 years ago by charles (previous) (diff)

comment:3 Changed 11 years ago by jordan

dk_giuse: We'd like to figure out what's causing this bug for you, but we haven't heard back from you in a while. Could you please provide the requested information? Thanks!

comment:4 Changed 11 years ago by jch

  • Resolution set to invalid
  • Status changed from new to closed
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