Re: select() doesn't respect SO_RCVLOWAT ?
From: Felix Matathias
Date: Fri Mar 11 2005 - 15:45:29 EST
I am positive. I can setsockopt, and then, getsockopt returns the value
that I requested.
Stevens very clearly states that SO_RCVLOWAT has a direct impact on
select() and I assumed that this would be the case for Linux.
What is the rationale for not complying with that ? Is it the micromanagement
of select() that you dislike ? Isn't a significant reduction in the
amount of read operations a real gain in high speed networking ?
On Fri, 11 Mar 2005, Alan Cox wrote:
On Iau, 2005-03-10 at 21:58, Felix Matathias wrote:
I am running a 2.4.21-9.0.3.ELsmp #1 kernel and I can setsockopt and
getsockopt correctly the SO_RCVLOWAT option
The only value the code at least used to support was setting it to 1.
Are you sure you are actually setting/checking ok ?
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