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Bug #355

Updated by Pierre-Louis Bonicoli over 7 years ago

Hello,

I use bip from the Debian Jessie package (0.8.9, I tried also which the Repo version).
Each time my IRC client send a @PING@ PING request :

"@PING _1415376678828@" "PING _1415376678828"

I get this response :
"@:127.0.0.1 ":127.0.0.1 PONG _1415376678828@" _1415376678828" instead of "@:127.0.0.1 ":127.0.0.1 PONG 127.0.0.1 :_1415376678828@" :_1415376678828" others IRC server can send me.
Indeed, the RFC ( https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2812#section-3.7.3 or https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1459#section-4.6.3 ) says @PONG@ PONG has as for parameters @<server> [<server>]@. <server> [<server>].

Each 2-3 minutes, I get disconnected few seconds after the client's PING request.
In the bip logs I have :
<pre>
07-11-2014 06:47:20 ERROR: read(fd=7): Connection lost: Connection timed out
07-11-2014 06:47:20 ERROR: Error while reading on fd 7
07-11-2014 06:47:20 ERROR: client read_lines error, closing...
07-11-2014 06:50:07 ERROR: read(fd=7): Connection lost: Connection timed out
07-11-2014 06:50:07 ERROR: Error while reading on fd 7
07-11-2014 06:50:07 ERROR: client read_lines error, closing...
[...]
07-11-2014 17:06:48 ERROR: read(fd=5): Connection lost: Resource temporarily unavailable
07-11-2014 17:06:48 ERROR: Error while reading on fd 5
07-11-2014 17:06:48 ERROR: client read_lines error, closing...
07-11-2014 17:09:19 ERROR: read(fd=5): Connection lost: Resource temporarily unavailable
07-11-2014 17:09:19 ERROR: Error while reading on fd 5
07-11-2014 17:09:19 ERROR: client read_lines error, closing...
07-11-2014 17:12:01 ERROR: read(fd=5): Connection lost: Resource temporarily unavailable
07-11-2014 17:12:01 ERROR: Error while reading on fd 5
07-11-2014 17:12:01 ERROR: client read_lines error, closing...
07-11-2014 17:12:45 ERROR: read(fd=6): Connection lost: Resource temporarily unavailable
07-11-2014 17:12:45 ERROR: Error while reading on fd 6
07-11-2014 17:12:45 ERROR: client read_lines error, closing...
</pre>



Can you do something about that ?

Cordially,
Neckara

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