Fri Feb 28 12:41:00 GMT 2020
On Feb 27 17:24, Ken Brown wrote:
> fhandler_socket_wsock::fixup_after_exec and
> fhandler_socket_unix::fixup_after_exec call fixup_after_fork (NULL), which
> would seem to lead to calls to DuplicateHandle with first argument NULL. I
> can't find any documentation that says this is legal. What do these calls
They fail with ERROR_INVALID_HANDLE.
I checked the commit history and it turned out that this has been
introduced with commit 528060195ca6c back in 2002.
In fhandler_socket_wsock it has no negative impact. fixup_after_exec
calls fixup_after_fork *only* on need_fixup_before(), that is, if the
handle was some of the special LSP handles, so the socket handle has to
be created by WSADuplicateSocket/WSASocket. In that case the parent
handle isn't needed.
Same in case of fhandler_pty_slave. Its fixup_after_fork doesn't
require the parent handle at all.
In case of fhandler_socket_unix, this was most likely a straight
copy/paste or developer-didn't-actually-think-about-it-error.
I fear it was the latter. I have to start thinking about it...
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