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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 29690] - allocator_free() crashes because of NULL-Pointer inside SSL_smart_shutdown()
Date Sat, 19 Jun 2004 21:56:26 GMT
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allocator_free() crashes because of NULL-Pointer inside SSL_smart_shutdown()





------- Additional Comments From cra@gedas.de  2004-06-19 21:56 -------
New Info: I am reproducing the error using MS IE 6.0 on a SSL page containing a 
number of images that are loaded via SSL, too. Nearly every time I refresh the 
page, the error occurs. However, when I remove the images from the page, so 
only the main HTML is loaded and no second connection is used by IE, the error 
does *not* occur anymore.

I first thought it has something to do with the multithreading, but how I think 
that the whole thing is cause by IE aborting connections because I can 
reproduce the error even w/o images just by hitting ESC before the page loads - 
the connection is aborted, mod_ssl is shutting down the socket (SSL_Shutdown, 
ssl3_send_alert...) and this causes the error.

P.S. I forgot: Previously, the page was generated by a Tomcat. However, the 
error appears also when directly putting the page in Apache's htdocs, so it has 
nothing to do with Tomcat. However, the error appears less often, I have to hit 
F5 (reload) in IE several times before it appears.

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