- On Fri, Mar 31, 2006 at 11:23:23AM -0500, Wietse Venema wrote:
> > ok :) .. actually I was looking at myflock from the other side:as all the libraries it uses, probably, even if postfix
> > I considered myflock to be a library function, which should not make
> The process that differs is master(8). It sets up handlers for
> SIGHUP, SIGTERM, and SIGCHLD, and it should have EINTR guards.
reliability has proven it shouldn't be an issue at all...
> Perhaps you mean msg_fatal; panic is reserved for interfaceyes, sorry. that was what I meant.
> violations and integrity violations.
> I'll add your EINTR test for flock(); but I would not beok.. that one was just biting me on some code I was working
> surprised if there are places that have no EINTR guard.
on. Probably, the code is based on wrong assumptions,
and will probably change the code, but I thought
it might have been worth reporting it.
> If you find other calls that can use one just let me know.ok, I'll keep that in mind.
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