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Re: 20060521 snapshot, Ctrl-C, and Windows processes

On Sun, May 21, 2006 at 10:19:06PM -0400, Igor Peshansky wrote:
> Noticed a problem today: if you start a Windows process in bash and press
> Ctrl-C, the Ctrl-C will be delivered to the process, but then bash (or the
> Cygwin wrapper that waits for the Windows process) will simply hang until
> the Windows process terminates.  If the process does not terminate (e.g.,
> "ping -t"), bash will hang until Ctrl-C is pressed 10 times (the delays
> between the consecutive Ctrl-Cs don't seem to matter).
> Steps to reproduce:
> In bash, type "ping -t", then, after a couple of ping results,
> press Ctrl-C.  The process will hang (here's the screenshot):
> $ ping -t
> Pinging [] with 32 bytes of data:
> Reply from bytes=32 time=82ms TTL=46
> Reply from bytes=32 time=83ms TTL=46

I know this may sound insane, but could you try the following in another
shell when it is hanging:

ping localhost


ping <whatever your network interface ip is>


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