Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 41270
Application gets the SIGHUP after the write()
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:33:19 EDT
Description of Problem:
I have two installations of Redhat Linux 7.0 (from the same CD). On one
installation of Redhat7.0 my application executes perfectly fine.
However, on other installation of Redhat7.0 the same application binary
always gets the SIGHUP after the write() call. The application is trying to
write() over the network. I ran the application through the debugger and
found no errno is set and the write() call returns successful, still after
the write() I get the SIGHUP.
I am not sure what is causing this (SIGHUP) problem to appear on only one
installation of Redhat7.0 and not on other.
Steps to Reproduce:
(The bug had the wrong component, which is why it has not been noticed.)
Why should anything like this have anything to do with glibc? This is
either a kernel problem (very unlikely) or a program problem. Run
strace if necessary to see what is happening.
I close this bug since it has nothing to do with glibc.