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SubjectRe: Comparing the aio and epoll event frameworks.
On Mon, 19 May 2003, Dan Kegel wrote:

> > For single shot I mean that once you receive one event, you will not
> > receive more events for that fd if you do not rearm it. Suppose you
> > receive 1000 bytes of data and you get an event (EPOLLIN). If after 10
> > seconds you receive another 1000 bytes, you will receive another event.
> > This is not single shot.
>
> Oh, ok. I much prefer plain old edge triggered, anyway. It does
> the right thing with less fuss.

If someone will show a practical case where you cannot live without,
implementing it is trivial.



- Davide

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