Wed Feb 26 17:34:00 GMT 2003
On Wed, Feb 26, 2003 at 03:04:36PM +0100, Thomas Pfaff wrote:
> This is in accordance with
> http://www.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/007904975/functions/connect.html :
> If connect() is interrupted by a signal that is caught while blocked
> waiting to establish a connection, connect() shall fail and set errno to
> [EINTR], but the connection request shall not be aborted, and the
> connection shall be established asynchronously.
> When the connection has been established asynchronously, select() and
> poll() shall indicate that the file descriptor for the socket is ready for
Funny, isn't it? Just a bit of reading... *sic*.
> The connect can be changed to look like this :
Yup, that's quite what I was thinking.
> I have not tested this code yet. I will generate a patch if you agree.
Sure! I would be more than happy.
> BTW, i see a really strange behaviour with select and getsockopt, it seems
> that SO_ERROR is set some time after the select is signaled. Here is a
> WIN32 test case :
> The first call to getsockopt returns 0 in sock_error, the second will
> return 10061 as expected.
> This is on NT4 German, SP6
> Can you duplicate this ?
No, I can't. I'm running XP SP1. The first call to getsockopt(SO_ERROR)
already returns 10061 reproducibly.
Seems to be a NT4 issue. Anybody here with W2K?
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