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SubjectRe: [PATCH] sysevq (kqueue equivalent)

On Wed, 6 Mar 2002, Alan Cox wrote:
> > I wanna know two things. First, is there any plan to include some
> > event handling mechanism into the official kernel? Second, if so, am I
> > heading the right direction? Any comments are welcomed.
>
> aio is pending going in. Asynchronous event notification with real time
> signals is already in and can be used as an event queue. Set the rt signal
> to use to be a real time one, mask it and pull it off the queue when you
> want. It hands you back the file handle.

I don't really see how rt signals work with network i/o multiplexing.
Can you give me a pointer? Thx in advance.

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