--On Dienstag, 26. April 2005 8:01 Uhr +0200 Max M <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

I am writing an Imap client. The Imap server (Groupwise) I connect to is
really slow at accepting logins.

So I have made a connection pool where I store the open connections to
the server.

But once in a while I get a memory segment error on the server and it

I suspect what happens is that a connection has been idle for to long, ad
the connection dropped by the imap server. Which might cause some memory
to be freed that is then accessed when I call noop().

So it would be (group)wise to ask the vendor (Novell)?

It could also be be some kind of threading problem.

It could be anything...servers should never crash because of client side problems.

Does any of you hav an ide as to how I can find out? I am not used to these kind of problems, having been spoiled by Python for too long.

Looking at the code I see nothing that could help from figuring out some server problems or doing some remote healing.


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