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Fix misunderstandig of what libowfat thinks are seconds and what I did...

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Dirk Engling 14 years ago
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      opentracker.c

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opentracker.c

@ -166,7 +166,8 @@ static void sendmmapdata( const int64 s, char *buffer, size_t size ) {
/* writeable sockets timeout after twice the pool timeout
which defaults to 5 minutes (e.g. after 10 minutes) */
taia_uint( &t, (unsigned int)(g_now + OT_CLIENT_TIMEOUT_SEND) ); io_timeout( s, t );
taia_now( &t ); taia_addsec( &t, &t, OT_CLIENT_TIMEOUT_SEND );
io_timeout( s, t );
io_dontwantread( s );
io_wantwrite( s );
}
@ -199,9 +200,8 @@ static void senddata( const int64 s, char *buffer, size_t size ) {
iob_addbuf_free( &h->batch, outbuf, size - written_size );
h->flag |= STRUCT_HTTP_FLAG_IOB_USED;
/* writeable sockets timeout after twice the pool timeout
which defaults to 5 minutes (e.g. after 10 minutes) */
taia_uint( &t, (unsigned int)(g_now + OT_CLIENT_TIMEOUT_SEND) ); io_timeout( s, t );
/* writeable short data sockets just have a tcp timeout */
taia_uint( &t, 0 ); io_timeout( s, t );
io_dontwantread( s );
io_wantwrite( s );
}
@ -647,7 +647,10 @@ static void handle_accept( const int64 serversocket ) {
++ot_overall_tcp_connections;
taia_uint( &t, (unsigned int)(g_now + OT_CLIENT_TIMEOUT) );
/* That breaks taia encapsulation. But there is no way to take system
time this often in FreeBSD and libowfat does not allow to set unix time */
taia_uint( &t, 0 ); /* Clear t */
tai_unix( &(t.sec), (g_now + OT_CLIENT_TIMEOUT) );
io_timeout( i, t );
}

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