[Bug 632504] [rtspsrc] reduce or avoid (network) hang during shutdown
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Mon Mar 7 02:02:11 PST 2011
GStreamer | gst-plugins-good | unspecified
--- Comment #4 from Mark Nauwelaerts <mnauw at users.sourceforge.net> 2011-03-07 10:02:05 UTC ---
AFAICS, the async operations still perform "close stuff" going to READY, and
then (synchronously) wait for this to end (or timeout) when going to NULL, so
particularly a network hang during shutdown remains possible that way.
Then again, it is tricky, since not waiting for completion when going to NULL
would practically come down to not bothering doing anything going to READY in
the first place. And not really doing "much chatter" (i.e. closing connections
directly) may be the only way to avoid hang altogether. So, is it possible to
integrate a shorter shutdown timeout as in the other patches' approach (or
whatever would help ensuring a not-so-hanging shutdown) (and/or to use former
patches until async operations polished/finished)?
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