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Date: Mon, 29 Jul 2002 15:20:37 -0400
From: Christopher Faylor <cgf AT redhat DOT com>
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Subject: Re: TCP problems
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On Mon, Jul 29, 2002 at 07:44:44PM +0100, Conrad Scott wrote:
>The idea would be to detect the last close of a given socket
>system wide; so it wouldn't matter whether the parent or child or
>whatever was the last to close the socket.

If you're just talking about system-wide closes then you could use
the technique currently employed in pipe.cc where events are used
as flags indicating when the "other side" of a pipe is closed.

cgf

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