wpa_supplicant daemon is blocking
Tue May 27 12:07:38 PDT 2014
On 05/27/2014 07:50 AM, Flavius-Mihai Lazar wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I'm developing an application on an embedded linux device on top of wpa_supplicant daemon. I'm using the wpa_ctrl interface to interact with the daemon.
> My problem is that after 200-300 commands sent to wpa_supplicant daemon (mainly scan, scan_results, add_network, set_network, enable_nework) wpa_ctrl_request()
> returns timeout (-2) and if I continue to send commands then after another 5-6 commands it will stop returning timeout and the call simply hangs forever.
> Restarting the wpa_supplicant daemon seems to fix the problem, but implementing such a mechanism in my application is not easy and straightforward and I would
> avoid this.
> The network to which I'm connecting is using WPA2 authentication.
> The version of wpa_supplicant that I use is 0.7.3.
> Researching on the internet, I found a few posts with this problem, but no answer. So, please help!
> Thank you and looking forward for your answers!
Try using strace on the supplicant and wpa_cli commands to try to figure out where
the blockage lies? Might also be able to attach with gdb if it is supplicant that
is blocked, and get a backtrace.
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