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SubjectRe: select for UNIX sockets?
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Timothy Miller <miller@techsource.com> writes:

> If you were to use blocking writes, and you sent too much data, then
> you would block. If you were to use non-blocking writes, then the
> socket would take as much data as it could, then return from write()
> with an indication of how much data actually got sent. Then you call
> select() again so as to wait for your next opportunity to send some
> more of your data.

This is all true in general but in this particular case of unix datagram
sockets select (poll) is just buggy.
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Krzysztof Halasa
Network Administrator
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