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    SubjectRe: dst cache overflow
    On Thu, Jan 13, 2000 at 08:36:49PM +0100, kuznet@ms2.inr.ac.ru wrote:
    > Hello!
    >
    > > - if (tcp_close_state(sk,0))
    > > + if (tcp_close_state(sk,sk->state == TCP_CLOSE_WAIT))
    >
    > I apologize, it will not break anyone, because it is noop.
    > Socket cannot go to FIN-WAIT-2 from CLOSE-WAIT in any case.

    FIN-WAIT-2?

    I saw LAST-ACK sockets in the thread and I looked for them.

    Please explain why you think it is a noop. I did not find any
    check preventing a shutdown on a close-wait socket, and it would
    end in a last-ack socket with timers off.

    Now if there were fin-wait-2 and other sockets with no timers too
    that would be another bug.


    -Andi

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