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SubjectRe: bind() allowed to non-local addresses
David S. Miller wrote:
> How about first finding out why their buggy JRE detects whether an
> address is local by trying to bind() to it :-)

I don't know why the JRE does it, but I've seen that sort of thing used
to decide whether to try X shared memory.

-- Jamie
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