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Created attachment 399 [details]
Samples demonstrating the problem.
Using HttpWebRequest to POST some data to a server randomly cause application dies without any error information in the log.
The crash occurs sooner when app allocates more memory.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Build and deploy NTLMServer project.
2. Open Android client (NTLMClient/Android).
3. Modify source code to provide correct url path and credentials:
Activity1.cs - lines 61 and 65
4. Build, deploy and run client app.
Client tries 100 times to send and receive some data to/from server. When I was testing application dies in 1-20 tries. Tested with the same result on HTC Desire, Nexus S and Asus Eee Pad (Transformer).
Attached sample is a little bit modified sample from the Bug 230 (just the client is modified).
Heyo. Am actually starting to run this now. I did a quick run through yesterday on MacOS and it completed with no issues, but wanted to get the verify done on a windows machine before updating here. Will have a new verification in a few.
Successfully ran through 100 iterations. Verified as fixed on:
Closing as fix is in production.