This issue was detected by ASan in one of our tests. This test manually
invokes basic_filebuf::cloe(). fclose(h.release() returned a non-zero
exit status, so file_ wasn't set to 0. Later when basic_filebuf
destructor ran, we would enter the if (__file_) block again leading to
The POSIX specification for fclose says that independently of the return
value, fclose closes the underlying file descriptor and any further
access (including another call to fclose()) to the stream results in
undefined behavior. This is exactly what happened in our test case.
To avoid this issue, we have to always set __file_ to 0 independently of
the fclose return value.