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ssh_connect blocking vs. non-blocking?


I noticed the following note under the doc describing the function ssh_set_blocking

nonblocking code is in development and won't work as expected

Are SSH sessions by default  in blocking or non-blocking mode?  I notice in rare cases that the ssh_connect function is getting stuck and taking up 100% CPU on my system.  I was wondering if the above note may have anything to do with this?  Presumably blocking mode should not mean that the function gets stuck in a loop?  I'll try to capture logs, but the issue is not reproducible with a known set of steps.


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Re: ssh_connect blocking vs. non-blocking?Aris Adamantiadis <aris@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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