On Friday 13 April 2012 10:44:02 Julian Anastasov wrote:
> Avoid crash when registering applications (ftp) when
> the IPVS core initialization for netns fails. Do this by
> checking for present core (net->ipvs) when registering apps.
> As result this gets rid of the ftp_app pointer and allows
> applications to be registered without adding fields in the
> netns_ipvs structure.
> Also, make sure applications are unregistered from the
> core automatically, should not be needed in theory.
I think we can do this much simpler,
remove the auto init of ftp (ip_vs_ftp_init and ip_vs_ftp_exit)
and let ip_vs_app call __ip_vs_ftp_init() as a we do with the protocols.
If the init fails before ip_vs_app_net_init() ftp init will not be called
and if it fails after a proper cleanup will be performed.
i.e. same design every where.
ex remove the
Hans Schillstrom <hans.schillstrom@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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