Re: Curl timeout option in milliseconds
Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2019 19:20:00 +0530
Correct me if I am wrong. Using
--enable-ares=<ares installation path> should help to achieve timeout <
Also if there is any documentation on installing c-ares and building
libcurl with c-ares, please share here.
Thanks and regards
Karthikeyan T S.
On Sat, 16 Nov 2019, 16:53 karthikeyan Sivakkumar, <tsk.karthik_at_gmail.com>
> Hi Daniel,
> Thanks for the clarification. Apologies for missing out to answer your
> backend resolver query. Libcurl build is actually done by our application
> product and I donot have the info with me.
> Will check with them.
> I did check your blog on libcurls-name-resolving and got some info about
> the c-ares and threaded solutions for asynchronous name resolving.
> Looking at curl docs, I learnt about the - - disable-ares option to
> disable C-ARES support thereby reducing libcurl size. I can check with my
> product team if this option was used in our libcurl build.
> Kindly guide me if this would help. Also, if there is anyother way to
> enable the async/threaded resolving, kindly let me know the same too.
> Thanks and regards,
> Karthikeyan T S.
> On Fri, 15 Nov 2019, 19:24 Daniel Stenberg, <daniel_at_haxx.se> wrote:
>> > Cases 1, 2 and 3 work fine but timeout occurs wrongly in cases 4 and 5.
>> > Please correct me if my understanding here is wrong.
>> Didn't this change the behavior? Your original statement said sub second
>> timeouts still took a full second but in this output it looks like they
>> You also never answered my question about what resolver backend your
>> build is
>> using but I think that the above behavior answers it for me with enough
>> I think libcurl returns an error for you due to this condition:
>> ... this is because you've built libcurl to use the synchronous name
>> and we can only time-out that with signal() and that function only has
>> second resolution. If you ask for a shorter timeout, that can't be
>> libcurl defaults to using the threaded resolver these days which will
>> fire up
>> the resolver in a sepearate thread that can be abandonded easier and in
>> than a second.
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Received on 2019-11-16