Issue #15 open

bugcheck on XP with cygwin select()

Bruce Cran avatarBruce Cran created an issue

I am experiencing a reproduceable Bluecreen on Windows XP SP2 (32-Bit) when using select() in Cygwin (its an older version of Cygwin). SctpDrv is from here:

http://www.bluestop.org/SctpDrv/releases/20110604/SctpDrv-WinXP-x86.msi

My test program is pretty simple: create an SCTP socket, connect to the SCTP echo server from SctpDrv running on a different machine, sctp_send() to the echo server and call select() to check if the response has arrived.

select() causes the Bluescreen, it most certainly has to do something with the way select() is implemented in Cygwin. If I use select() from Winsocket (after translating the Cygwin handles) everything works fine.

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