Problem with async-echo test

Volker Lendecke Volker.Lendecke at SerNet.DE
Thu Jul 28 05:10:06 MDT 2011

On Wed, Jul 27, 2011 at 09:07:59PM +0200, Volker Lendecke wrote:
> > This is really the proposed clean way for this problem?
> Just FYI: It does fix the problem, thanks a lot for the
> quick response!
> It's just that I doubt this is the right place to fix it.
> To me it is really surprising that the requests are
> re-ordered on their way to the network, the necessity to run
> tevent_loop_once until a cifs request shows up on the
> cli_state is pretty surprising t me. We control everything
> from the API callers to the socket calls, what we do not
> control is the server side.  It is absolutely expected that
> the server is allowed to re-arrange its replies. Why this is
> allowed to happen within the libsmb and librpc code locally
> that we control 100% is not really transparent to me.

Question: I need to extend that test now and intermix rpc
sleep requests with outstanding write&x and echo requests.
Is there a way to make sure they are sent out to the wire in
the order the caller does them, or does the design of the s3
client library not allow this?



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