On 21.01.2015 15:40, Marcus Hüwe wrote:
On 2015-01-20 19:57:37 +0100, Ralf Lang wrote:
Is the root tar ball very large, so it is a timeout
No, it's rather small.
-rw-r--r-- 1 rlang users 2041 19. Jan 15:12 groupware-image-13.2.kiwi
-rw-r--r-- 1 rlang users 9052 8. Jan 16:10 root.tar.bz2
It's weird. I have a timeout without -d but I have "it just never
finishes" with -d
That's strange, because "-d" does not influence the actual http
code - it just prints some debug output. Did you try to strace the osc
process to see where it gets stuck? (Be careful when posting the strace
output, because it can contain your credentials.)
Hi Marcus, see attached trace. It stays "forever" in a socket read.
I do not know obs well enough to understand the semantics of this
communication and where exactly it breaks. It seems to expect some
server output which does not arrive.
I have not found where my credentials are sent so I will habitually
change my password tomorrow.
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