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Re: "Unable to request a channel from remote host" (fwd)

From: Ian Schorr <ian.schorr_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 18 Jun 2009 08:41:26 +1000

On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 5:37 PM, Daniel Stenberg <daniel_at_haxx.se> wrote:

>
>
> Well, I can tell you that anything that is libssh2 below 0.18 is hopelessly
> outdated and bugridden. And if you do take the step right into getting a
> modern
> version, I really suggest you go with 1.1 as that's clearly the best
> version
> released so far.

Understood, though my point was that things worked in the very old version,
and newer ones do not.

I did some more testing. I reverted the PHP lib back to 0.10, with no
change in behavior on libssh2 1.1. Same problem.

I tested back to 1.0, 0.18, and finally back to 0.13. The problem went away
with 0.13.

Just be prepared that we're not very interested in details of or bug-hunting
> in
> old versions. We don't have the man-power for it.

Fine, though it's the older version that appears to be working okay.

I don't find that curious at all. Not until very recently has the blocking
> vs
> non-blocking started to get really solid in libssh2.
>

I'm not sure why you don't find it curious, then - it's the older version
that works fine. The newer versions are where problems are seen.

If you'd convert your program to a plain libssh2 example I would perhaps be
able to answer those questions. Speaking in PHP terms isn't making this very
easy for us...

I'm not sure if I'll have the cycles myself to do this, but I'll see what I
can do. In the meantime if you have any other debugging suggestions, let me
know. If the problem only happens with the PHP library, what would you
suggest I do/contact?

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