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    SubjectRe: Fire Engine??
    On Wed, 26 Nov 2003 11:58:44 -0800
    Paul Menage <menage@google.com> wrote:

    > How about tracking the number of current sockets that have had timestamp
    > requests for them? If this number is zero, don't bother with the
    > timestamps. The first time you get a SIOCGSTAMP ioctl on a given socket,
    > bump the count and set a flag; decrement the count when the socket is
    > destroyed if the flag is set.

    Reread what I said please, the user can ask for timestamps using CMSG
    objects via the recvmsg() system call, there are no ioctls or socket
    controls done on the socket. It is completely dynamic and
    unpredictable.
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