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SubjectRe: PROBLEM: select() says closed socket readable
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> 	No, because 'select' is defined to work the same on both blocking and
> non-blocking sockets. Roughly, select should hit on read if a non-blocking
> read wouldn't return 'would block'.

Select is not reliable for a blocking socket in all cases. There is always
a risk select may return "data to read" and the read will find there is now
none. It isnt going to bite anyone on Linux with our current protocols but
it may bite portable code
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