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SubjectRe: SIOCGSTAMP does not work ?
Maciej Soltysiak, Tue, Jan 21, 2003 18:03:34 +0100:
> > > i was recently trying to use SIOCGSTAMP to get the date of the last packet
> > > that arrived on the socket. like so:
> >
> > which kernel?
> 2.4.20
>
> If you can, please try to get the timestamp on any socket using.
>
> struct timeval tv;
> ...
> ioctl (s, SIOCGSTAMP, &tv);
>

sorry for delay.


I don't think SIOCGSTAMP was designed to work on "any socket".
It retrieves the timestamp correctly for PF_PACKET sockets though.
I may want to look at the libpcap source.

-alex
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