Commit 628d7641 authored by Marcin Siodelski's avatar Marcin Siodelski Committed by Thomas Markwalder

[#964,!577] Two trivial fixes as a result of second review.

- Addeed asterisk in the changelog to mark it incompatible change.
- Fixed comma character in the new line.
parent d88862ec
1682. [bug]* tmark
Added logic to core code and HA hook lib to allow HA peers
to detect and handle out of bandwidth socket events. This
corrects a defect introduced in Kea 1.6.0 that can cause
an HA server to become unresponsive when an HA socket has
been closed by a peer. Note that there is a change to the
signature of the external socket callback handler invoked
by IfaceMgr. Custome hook libraries happen register external
sockets with IfaceMgr will require modification and
recompilation.
(Gitlab #964)
Kea 1.7.1 released on Oct 30, 2019
1681. [func] fdupont
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......@@ -747,9 +747,9 @@ protected:
/// The handler calls @ref HttpClient::closeIfOutOfBandwidth() to catch
/// and close any sockets that have gone ready outside of transactions.
///
/// We do this in case the other peer closed the socket (e.g. idle timeout
/// for example), as this will cause the socket /appear ready to read to
/// the IfaceMgr::select(). If this happens while no transcations are
/// We do this in case the other peer closed the socket (e.g. idle timeout),
/// as this will cause the socket to appear ready to read to the
/// IfaceMgr::select(). If this happens while no transcations are
/// in progess, we won't have anything to deal with the socket event.
/// This causes IfaceMgr::select() to endlessly interrupt on the socket.
///
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