Description of problem:
Attempting to post a multipart file to usenet. System crashed twice while attempting.
Working through stunnel.
Version-Release number of selected component:
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 0 (10 frames)
#5 _M_dispose at /usr/include/c++/4.8.0/bits/basic_string.h:249
#6 ~basic_string at /usr/include/c++/4.8.0/bits/basic_string.h:539
#7 pan::TaskUpload::prepend_headers at task-upload.cc:205
#8 pan::TaskUpload::use_nntp at task-upload.cc:255
#9 pan::Task::give_nntp at task.cc:44
#10 pan::Queue::check_in at queue.cc:753
#11 pan::Task::check_in at task.cc:59
#12 pan::TaskUpload::on_nntp_done at task-upload.cc:371
#13 pan::NNTP::fire_done_func at nntp.cc:65
#14 pan::NNTP::on_socket_response at nntp.cc:246
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Even after reconfiguring to not use stunnel, Pan would crash while attempting to post multipart articles to usenet.
It would post some articles and then crash. If I selected 1 binary article, then it would post. Problem is when you are posting over 100 files one at a time, it is a major headache.
Binary file size was 15M per rar file.
I was limiting the upload to 4 threads and it may be threads causing the issue. When posting a single article, there was only one thread. Using a different program, it worked as expected with no issues.
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