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SubjectRe: O_NONBLOCK setting "leak" outside of a process??
Hi Philippe!

On 2 Feb 2007, at 00:15, Philippe Troin wrote:

> Denis Vlasenko <> writes:
>> What share the same file descriptor? MC and programs started from it?
> All the processes started from your shell share at least fds 0, 1
> and 2.
>> I thought after exec() fds atre either closed (if CLOEXEC) or
>> becoming independent from parent process
>> (i.e. it you seek, close, etc your fd, parent would not notice that).
>> Am I wrong?
> I'm afraid so. Seek position and flags are still shared after an
> exec.
That's a bug, right? I couldn't find anything to that effect in IEEE
Std. 1003.1, 2004 Edition...


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