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Re: What means that log record?

On Mon, Feb 8, 2010 at 12:27 AM, Soviet Union <unionsovietunion@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> I have some the next recored in logs of the Tor:
> [warn] Bug: Duplicate call to connection_mark_for_close at
> connection.c:1175 (first at connection_edge.c:1618)
> What mean that bug and what I need to do? (or not I need to do anythin?)
> *********************************

It means that one part of the code said "close connection X when you
get around to it!" and another part of the code also said "close
connection X when you get around to it!"  We try not to allow this in
the code base, since a connection that's marked to be closed shouldn't
really be used in a way that would make us want to close it again.

This isn't a problem for you, since the code catches it and tries to
handle it gracefully.  It is a problem for the developers, though.
What version of Tor are you seeing these messages from?

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