[ECOS] What causes interrupted network system calls?
Wed Oct 28 16:06:00 GMT 2009
Somebody working on a network-intensive eCos application
reported to me that in situations where there are frequent
connection open/close operations, the various socket-related
system calls (send, connect, etc.) are frequently returning
This application was recently ported from the old NetBSD
network stack to the FreeBSD stack, and the -EINTR return
values were never seen with the old stack.
Is the frequent -EINTR return expected behavior for the new
Is there a way to get the stack to restart system calls, or is
application code required to check for -EINTR and retry system
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