I agree it's a bug in conch and I believe my repo shows a reproducible example. Run the test, it never completes because the deferred from `makeDirectory` never fires. .
On Fri, Sep 25, 2020 at 3:41 AM Jean-Paul Calderone < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Thu, Sep 24, 2020 at 8:54 PM Robert DiFalco email@example.com wrote:
Why exactly is makeDirectory not firing any callbacks or errbacks and what can I add at the Factory level to make it do so?
def clientConnectionLost(self, connector, reason): self.op.addErrback(reason) def makeDirectory(self, path, attrs): self.op = Deferred() def _cbSuccess(result): self.op.callback(result) return self.sftpClient.makeDirectory(path, attrs).addCallback(_cbSuccess)d
This code is wrong. It takes what *may* be a perfectly good Deferred from makeDirectory and breaks the error chain off of it. The correct way to do this would be more like `makeDirectory(...).chainDeferred(self.op)`. However, `self.op` and `_cbSuccess` are doing nothing useful here so you may as well just delete all that and return the `makeDirectory(...)` Deferred.
If *that* Deferred doesn't fire its errback chain when the connection is closed, that's a bug in Conch. If you can put together a minimal example and file a ticket, that would be wonderful and perhaps someone can get it fixed for you.
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