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Author martin.panter
Recipients apollo13, frispete, georg.brandl, giampaolo.rodola, martin.panter, pitrou
Date 2016-09-18.04:41:17
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I understand this condition happens when the local end calls unwrap(), but the low-level socket connection has already been shut down from the remote end. If the remote is too slow, I get ConnectionResetError instead.

There is some discussion of this at <>. I tend to agree with Antoine that unfortunately there is not much Python can do without help from Open SSL. I.e. can we rely on SSL_shutdown() always setting errno = 0 to indicate Python should raise SSLEOFError, or should Open SSL add some new way of indicating this condition?
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