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Re: inetutils 1.5 / ftpd problem: 426 Data connection: No buffer space available.

antony baxter wrote:

ftp> get BCUpdateXP.exe
'EPSV': command not understood.
local: BCUpdateXP.exe remote: BCUpdateXP.exe
227 Entering Passive Mode (192,168,1,99,4,110)
150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for 'BCUpdateXP.exe' (226020663 bytes).
  0% |
                       |     0       0.00 KB/s    --:-- ETA
426 Data connection: No buffer space available.

This means that very first call to the cygwin1.dll function 'write(int networkSocketFd, const void *buf, size_t nbyte)' failed for some reason: ENOBUFS is not one of the valid error codes for write(), so it's set to that by something internal to cygwin's implementation of write().

e.g. smells like a cygwin (or windows) bug -- cygwin is unable to create a Mutex or an Event for managing the socket communications (e.g. CreateMutex or CreateEvent in (handler_socket::init_events) failed)

I'm wondering if you have different versions of cygwin on the two machines -- not that it should matter, but if so then the answer may be simple. Can you send -- as attachments, not cut-n-paste -- the result of 'cygcheck -s -v -r' on each of the two cygwin machines?


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