Tomas Hoger wrote:
Your backported patches seem to do the same thing as the upstream
commit. Look good to me and seem to fix the issue in both F-10 and
EL-4 version I quick-tested.
Great, thanks for checking and testing them.
> A simple way to test this against a git server, taken from the
> initial patch in the git list thread above:
> $ perl -e '
> $s="git-upload-pack git\0user=me\0host=localhost\0";
> printf "%4.4x%s",4+length $s,$s
> ' | nc $GITHOST 9418
Or | git-daemon --inetd --base-path=`pwd` --export-all as suggested
in the upstream mailing list thread.
Yeah. My reason for using netcat was to show how the git-daemon
processes built up and consumed CPU. :)
I'm not sure any distro already worked on backports, the issue
not seem to be fixed in any released git version yet.
Correct. I don't when a 126.96.36.199 is slated. Usually git doesn't go
too long between releases, but Junio said he's been busier than normal
in the last "What's cooking in git.git" note to the git list.
Feel free to file in BZ, also for Bodhi update request reference.
Filed as https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=505761
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