adb: win32: fix shutdown deadlock
adb can hang at shutdown due to a deadlock relating to WSACleanup().
This works around the issue by not calling WSACleanup() which shouldn't
be done anyway since threads aren't done using Winsock at shutdown.
A quick way to reproduce the original problem is to run many instances
of adb, many of which will call exit() soon:
for /l %i in (1,1,20) do @start adb nodaemon server
You may have to boost the 20 to 200, or set ADB_TRACE=1 or use Windows
10 instead of Windows 7, to affect the timing, but eventually there
should be hung adb processes with that repro.
A more complete fix to prevent problems like this from occuring in the
future, would be to additionally do the following:
- Investigate all static destructors that are called when exit() is
- If they don't do anything important, switch all calls to exit() to
instead call _exit() and then ban exit() from being called.
Signed-off-by: Spencer Low <CompareAndSwap@gmail.com>
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