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SubjectRe: Should O_NONBLOCK be copied from listening socket to accepting socket?
Chris Evans <chris@scary.beasts.org> wrote:

> Well, in our own manpages

> man 7 socket

> It is possible to do non-blocking IO on sockets by setting
> the O_NONBLOCK flag on a socket file descriptor using
> fcntl(2). O_NONBLOCK is inherited through an accept.

Although accept(2) states the opposite:

original socket s is unaffected by this call. Note that
any per file descriptor flags (everything that can be set
with the F_SETFL fcntl, like non blocking or async state)
are not inherited across a accept.
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