On Sat, 2011-10-01 at 09:04 -0500, Michael B. Brutman wrote:

> The bug is simple - if there is a data connection already open and the 
> PASV mode port changes, you have to close the existing data connection 
> *and* recycle the socket.  I missed the second part in a few cases, and 
> that bug has been in there a while.  Most clients can't cause this in 
> normal operation; I had to force the error using raw FTP commands and 
> breaking normal sequences.
> 
> So while I can't reproduce your problem exactly, I know it or something 
> like it is causing me to leak sockets.  I'll plug the leak, and you are 
> the winner of the beer for this round of testing ...  The 425 messages 
> might not disappear (yet), but at least the server won't leak a socket 
> each time it happens.

I've just been testing it, looks like you succeeded in squashing the
bug. Great work :)

Regards
Alex
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