Antoine Pitrou wrote: Well, in our case, and unless I'm mistaken, ret == -1, ERR_get_error() == 0 and then errno (the Unix errno) == 0. SSL_shutdown() by virtue of its unique mechanic you will not see ret == 0 (in the way the SSL_get_error man page describes) since that has a different and
Antoine Pitrou wrote: What I'm specifically interested in is SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL with errno==0. I have investigated this issue of -1/SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL with errno==0. From the SSL_get_error(3) man page: SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL Some I/O error occurred. The OpenSSL error queue may contain more
Hello again, I have investigated this issue of -1/SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL with errno==0. From the SSL_get_error(3) man page: SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL Some I/O error occurred. The OpenSSL error queue may contain more information on the error. If the error queue is empty (i.e.
Antoine Pitrou wrote: These issues are tracked together at http://bugs.python.org/issue8108 , because they both appeared when someone tried OpenSSL 0.9.8m. I have read through the discussion first I'd like to confirm the scenario for the errno==0 situation through particular sequence of
Would you please confirm to the list the name of the Python module, the download site for it and the version you are currently working with. This just helps up provide assistance to this same question in future. Please read up on this recent thread. I do not know anything about Python
Long info because I fear the Python module maybe misunderstanding what SSL_shutdown() actually does and why it exists. Which in turn mean that users of the Python module also misuse it (sandcastles in the sand and all that). Antoine Pitrou wrote: While testing Python's SSL support with