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SubjectRe: select() setting ERESTARTNOHAND (514).
On Wed, Jan 10, 2007 at 04:27:47PM -0800, David Miller wrote:
>It gets caught by the return into userspace code.

Ok, so somehow it is leaking. I have a system in the lab that is the same
hardware as production, but it currently has no, you know, hard drives in
it, so some assembly is required. I'll see if I can reproduce it in a test
environment and then see if I can get more information on when/where it is
leaking.

>Note that select() only returns these values when signal_pending()
>is true.

Yes, I saw that. I didn't fully understand it, but I saw it.

Thanks,
Sean
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