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From: Dmitrij V (dmxvlx_at_[hidden])
Date: 2019-09-25 23:27:17

move-assignment from what to where ?

The ssl context is context which tuned for incoming connections (if
its server side).
You can to have any number of ssl contexts for it (with ordered logic
of that work),
but I have just the one.

Without a code is hard to suggest what you doing, but the ssl context
is not for moving,
I have been storing it in server class, initialize it on start_server
method, and put it into session_start
for make connection with handshake etc (the ssl context forwarded for
each connection as reference).

If you need more detailed answer, you could to give more details of your case.

2019-09-25 20:32 GMT+05:00, Martijn Otto via Boost-users
> I cannot find any definitive documentation on whether it's safe to
> move-assign to an ssl-context while it is used for asynchronous
> operations, assuming of course the application is single-threaded.
> In my tests I could not trigger any failures, but that may be pure luck
> (or not lucky at all depending on point of view).

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