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SubjectRe: PROBLEM: select() says closed socket readable
"David S. Miller" wrote:
> No, a socket that's never been connected isn't readable, hence
> select() shouldn't be returning a value of 1 on it.
> You may read without blocking, select() returns 1.
> Please, fix your app.


While we're at it - are there any plans to fix the other
select issue which was already discussed in December 2000? The
original thread can be found at:

I realize that the behaviour doesn't violate the standards, but
as Alexey said - it's still somewhat wrong.

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