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Tue, Feb 25
Sat, Feb 22
Tue, Feb 18
The above commits from @simonsj fixed this issue.
Fri, Feb 14
Thu, Feb 13
Thank you for confirmation that this combination works. But lets clarify what you do -- you are sending every X minutes the ignore or keepalive messages to keep the channel open, but even though you are getting disconnects after 30 minutes. I do not think this is anything in libssh. What are you running in the channels? Port forwarding? Some long-running commands transmitting or not transmitting data? Shells? How does this disconnect look like? Could it be the default value of $TMOUT in bash? Or something on the network layer terminating long-running connections?
Thanks Jakuje , Although I am able to use the above two api's to get the status of the connection.
But even after that there is a hard reset which causes the session to be terminated after 30 mins , even though keep alive is being sent.
Wed, Feb 12
Hello! Thank you a lot! You are absolutely right, idiotsandopensource and ansasaki! The problem is with mbedtls.lib. So need to wait when it will fixed ^3^
Tue, Feb 11
This is not libssh's fault. Yesterday vcpkg master changed and new master branch is broken. Only reason I know this because I was setting up vcpkg with another programmer and called it a day. Next morning I get a it no work and all our automated builds broke.
This is caused by a idiot programmer and I swear it must have happened in 48 hour window because THIS SHIT did not happen. I went to vcpkg to not have to explain open source stupid shit to other engineers that don't need to know about cmake pearl and other stupid shit.
I just use default package which coming from vcpkg. By default it's coming with mbedtls => so it's mbedcrypto.lib.
I don't use any flags cause I think that default package should work.
This is probably caused by the lack of threading support in the crypto library.
I've proposed https://gitlab.com/libssh/libssh-mirror/-/merge_requests/93 for fixing this by removing the static from those variables.
I am sorry for a delay.
Thu, Jan 30
In my scenario I need to handle the response i.e if for a keepalive request I donot get a correct response . I need to terminate the session .
But going by what you wrote above " no explicit action should be needed from the calling program" , I am understanding that ssh_send_keepalive() internally calls the following sequence ssh_global_request()-> ssh_handle_packets_termination()->ssh_handle_packets() .
But I need to capture the response which ssh_send_keepalive() doesnot provide me any means to get it.
Also all the other api's like
ssh_global_request(), ssh_handle_packets_termination(), ssh_handle_packets() are not exposed to external world so I cant use it inside my code.
Wed, Jan 29
ssh_handle_packets() is not an exposed api . I am unable to use it , also this macro(SSH_MSG_REQUEST_FAILURE) I cant find in the codebase of libssh . So what should I use ?
the ssh_send_keepalive() does really only the sending. But the return value is ignored since 59ada799. But if the sending failed, the session state should be modified to reflect this if I am right. The response is handled as any other message in ssh_handle_packets() if I am right. The response is anyway SSH_MSG_REQUEST_FAILURE.