problems with dig with bind 9.1 on BSD/OS 4.1?

Mark.Andrews at nominum.com Mark.Andrews at nominum.com
Wed Jan 31 23:34:23 UTC 2001


	Pthreads are known to be broken in their handling of
	signals in BSD/OS 4.1.

	In general we have found lots of pthreads bugs in just
	about all the pthreads implementations, not just in BSD/OS.

	Mark

> 
> In message <20010131183629.37EDC7E2A at starfruit.itojun.org>, Jun-ichiro itojun
>  H
> agino writes:
> >
> >>In order to make 'dig' work properly on BSD/OS 4.1, I had to compile 
> >>the package with --disable-threads; otherwise, it hung on a select() 
> >>call somewhere in the threads library after printing the answer.  Worse 
> >>yet, it ignored SIGINT and SIGTERM; I had to reason with it rather more 
> >>forcefully.
> >>
> >>named itself seemed to work, though I didn't stress it; nevertheless, 
> >>to be safe I installed the recompiled version of it, too.
> >
> >	is it about BIND823, or 910?  did you compile openssl by yourself,
> >	or are you using openssl shipped with BIND910?
> 
> 9.1.  I'm not certain about the order, but I *think* I compiled bind 
> before I downloaded and installed openssl.  I certainly didn't specify 
> anything special about it.
> >
> >	anyway, we have experienced the same symptom, yes.
> >
> >itojun
> >
> 
> 
> 		--Steve Bellovin, http://www.research.att.com/~smb
> 
> 
> 
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