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    SubjectRe: patch for 2.1.90 net/core/iovec et al
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    > So it seems to me that the best approach is to just not attempt to reset the
    > sequence at all, but instead to regard the case of EFAULT during copy as an
    > error that ate all the bytes. (Such errors will be extremely rare in any event.)

    2.0.x preserves the read position when you get an EFAULT. Nothing I can find
    in the holy manual of posix says what happens if you get an EFAULT on a tcp
    operation, so I think we can do what we like.

    Alan


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