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SubjectRe: No Bug: accept discards socket options/O_NONBLOCK
On Fri, Sep 15, 2000 at 07:01:32AM -0700, David S. Miller wrote:
> Every Linux inetd in the world would instantly stop working.

Pointer to docs on why this is not considered a bug in inetd?

Also, you already know how to upgrade a syscall without breaking backwards

> The behavior is not changing, lets end this thread right now.

I'm not trying to say the behavior must change -- I'm trying to find out
why it won't. ["I don't see the need", is something that I'd accept.
However, "it would break inetd" doesn't make sense.]

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