|Subject||Re: GUI version of FB Trace Manager (fbtracemgr)|
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "certfb" <miker169@...> wrote:
>*Oops*, please disregard the above, yes I do get an isc_info_svc_timeout, sorry and thank you for helping me track this down.
> > > > > The only problem that I have at the moment is that I am using the "isc_info_svc_timeout" command as part of a "isc_info_svc_line" isc_service_query() but instead of replying with "isc_info_svc_timeout" in the header the server replies with "isc_info_svc_line" but a zero length data block.
> > > >
> > > > IIRC, isc_info_svc_line (or isc_info_svc_to_eof) + zero data length means end of stream and service was stopped at server side.
> > >
> > > This might be my misunderstanding of the "service was stopped at the server side" but after receiving isc_info_svc_line + 0 I continue to receive isc_info_svc_line + valid data as soon some traceable event occurs so I don't think it has stopped?
> > Then you should get isc_info_svc_timeout after isc_info_svc_line (with zero data). Do you process received buffer up to the isc_info_end ?
> Yes, but I never receive an isc_info_end, I only ever receive isc_info_svc_line.
> Would it help for me to post the code? But there is no formatting so it will probably difficult to read.