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SubjectRe: Fix signalfd interaction with thread-private signals
On Fri, 22 Jun 2007, Nicholas Miell wrote:

> You could just get rid of the process/sighand/whatever reference
> entirely and just make reads on a signalfd always dequeue signals for
> the current thread.

Duh?! ...


> You'd lose the ability to pass signalfds around to other processes, but
> I'm not convinced that is even useful. (But I'm sure somebody smarter
> than me has a valid use case and would love to share :-)

Wasn't it you that bitched (just a few days ago) because multiple threads
could not use the same signalfd and they (by your initial thought) had to
create one per thread?



- Davide


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