attempt to open a socket after DisableNetwork=1 transition
Tor Browser 6.0a1 includes a change that was made as part of #11773 (moved) that causes Tor Launcher to immediately issue a SETCONF DisableNetwork=1 command when the user cancels the bootstrapping process. Unfortunately, this causes tor to sometimes emit an error like this one:
650 STATUS_CLIENT WARN BOOTSTRAP PROGRESS=25 TAG=loading_status SUMMARY="Loading networkstatus consensus" WARNING="Network is unreachable" REASON=NOROUTE COUNT=1 RECOMMENDATION=warn HOSTID="0AD3FA884D18F89EEA2D89C019379E0E7FD94417" HOSTADDR="126.96.36.199:80"
And Tor Launcher displays an error alert.
I cannot reproduce this when I enable debug logging in tor, but I can when info logging is enabled. In the tor log I see:
Jan 26 13:40:08.000 [warn] connection_connect_sockaddr(): Bug: Tried to open a socket with DisableNetwork set. (on Tor 0.2.7.6 7a489a6389110120)
I will attach a trace from Tor Launcher as well as the tor info log.
Is this a tor bug? Or is there a better way for Tor Launcher to stop the bootstrapping process?