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Re^6: using Net::OpenSSH in a MCE worker thread

by salva (Abbot)
on Jun 28, 2013 at 12:31 UTC ( #1041242=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^5: using Net::OpenSSH in a MCE worker thread
in thread using Net::OpenSSH in a MCE worker thread

Try tracing the program with strace (or your favorite OS equivalent) and check the last things it does before crashing (or post here the output).

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Re^7: using Net::OpenSSH in a MCE worker thread
by Andy16 (Acolyte) on Jun 28, 2013 at 12:45 UTC
    made it to stderr (my fault supressing it - sorry....)
    error msg is:
    unable to load Perl module IO::Pty

    not that surprising - but still funny that I can preload it.
      right, but inspecting the strace output would allow us to see why it is failing to load when called from MCE.
        after checking the strace nothing special was found...

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[holli]: i'm surprised it even executes. the server sends text/plain AND a content-dispositio n header
[holli]: this really really should not be executed as Javascript
erix's head is getting content indisposed
[holli]: maybe try a GET instead?
[moritz]: I must say, when I was very active on perlmonks, I got really used to the markup and all the workflows
[moritz]: and then I didn't post for a while, and then tried to answer a question. It nearly drove me nuts
[moritz]: when you try to quote part of a question, you have to know/guess/reverse -engineer what kind of markup they used
[holli]: see? a/XpF4b
[moritz]: and stuff it into a <blockquote>...</ blockquote>, which is, like, not at all bulky
[moritz]: specially if you're used to markdown

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