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SubjectRe: setsockopt(SOL_SOCKET, SO_SNDBUF) broken on 2.4.18?
In article <>,
Alan Cox <> writes:
>> to verify what the kernel has set, I read TWICE as much the amount used
>> for the set. That is, if I set 8192, I read 16384. Therefore, to set
>> the correct size, I need to half the parameter first.
>> Is this a known bug? Is it setsockopt or getsockopt which returns the
>> wrong size?
> Neither. You asked for 8K the kernel allows a bit more for BSD compatibility
> and other things. You query and it gives back the size it chose

it's still insane it doesn't use the same fudge factor in both directions.
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