Issue #4923 has been updated by Hiroshi Nakamura.


The failure I was getting is from the wrong place of 'n += 1'. So it just means 1.0.0d is safe. And I can replicate the error with 0.9.8o on Ubuntu 11.04

Martin, can you add a SSLSocket#close call for s1 and s2 in 'test_connect_accept_nonblock' ensure block, then try the test again? This looks hide the error for me (run all tests normally.)
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Bug #4923: [ext/openssl] test_ssl.rb: test_client_auth fails
http://redmine.ruby-lang.org/issues/4923

Author: Martin Bosslet
Status: Open
Priority: Normal
Assignee: Hiroshi Nakamura
Category: ext
Target version: 1.9.3
ruby -v: ruby 1.9.3dev (2011-06-13 trunk 32213) [i686-linux]


Hi,

I was finally able to reproduce this with Fedora 15 32 bit, OpenSSL 1.0.0d.

The error occurs only when running make test-all TESTS="openssl",
if I run test_ssl.rb independently the test succeeds.

Here is the output I get:

1) Error:
test_client_auth(OpenSSL::TestSSL):
OpenSSL::SSL::SSLError: SSL_read:: sslv3 alert bad record mac
    /home/martin/Projekte/Ruby/build/.ext/common/openssl/buffering.rb:53:in `sysread'
    /home/martin/Projekte/Ruby/build/.ext/common/openssl/buffering.rb:53:in `fill_rbuff'
    /home/martin/Projekte/Ruby/build/.ext/common/openssl/buffering.rb:200:in `gets'
    /home/martin/Projekte/Ruby/ruby/test/openssl/test_ssl.rb:118:in `block in test_client_auth'
    /home/martin/Projekte/Ruby/ruby/test/openssl/utils.rb:280:in `call'
    /home/martin/Projekte/Ruby/ruby/test/openssl/utils.rb:280:in `start_server'
    /home/martin/Projekte/Ruby/ruby/test/openssl/test_ssl.rb:103:in `test_client_auth'

Related to #4919.

Regards,
Martin



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