[sr #107822] Testing 3.0.2 on AIX

anonymous INVALID.NOREPLY at gnu.org
Wed Sep 28 15:23:11 CEST 2011

Follow-up Comment #1, sr #107822 (project gnutls):

What does the errno=2 mean in AIX? In Linux it is ENOENT, which could mean
that the connection is closed, or you're using an invalid file descriptor.
About your question, I don't really understand. The gerrno (internals.errnum)
is only set if you use the gnutls_transport_set_errno() function. Otherwise
only the system errno is used. Thus having gerrno=0 and errno!=0 is quite


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