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SubjectRE: epoll design problems with common fork/exec patterns
On Sat, 27 Oct 2007, David Schwartz wrote:

> I don't see how that can be. Suppose I add fd 8 to an epoll set. Suppose fd
> 5 is a dup of fd 8. Now, I close fd 8. How can fd 8 remain in my epoll set,
> since there no longer is an fd 8? Events on files registered for epoll
> notification are reported by descriptor, so the set membership has to be
> associated (as reflected into userspace) with the descriptor, not the file.

Eric already answered to your question (epoll deals with internal kernel
objects - aka file*).
I just want to answer this one for another reason. WTF is wrong with all
of you Cc-list-trimmers?
Could you *please* stop trimming Cc-lists?

- Davide

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