[PATCH] Junos output contains NULL bytes
paravoid at debian.org
Thu Jul 2 16:35:29 UTC 2009
Nick Hilliard wrote:
> Are you using ipv6 to connect to irrtoolset.isc.org? I have had trouble
> like this previously on ipv6.
Yes but why's that of any significance to just the "reporting bugs" part
> ah, you mean nul octets. NULL is a void pointer, usually (void *)0; nul
> is \0.
NULL, NUL, nul, 0, '\0', ends :-)
> Yep, looks like it's generating garbage. I'll take a look at the patch
> later and see what it's doing. Unfortunately, i don't have any junipers
> to test this output on.
Just verify that it's semantically correct and isn't generating any
garbage. Testing on a Juniper wouldn't work anyway, the Junos modules
has some serious bugs that make them generate invalid output (e.g.
We're currently working around them using a post-process filter but
since we actually have a responsive upstream now, we decided to devotge
some time and actually fix them.
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