* unix_diag in upcoming Linux 3.3 kernel
@ 2012-03-01 2:37 Eric Wong
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From: Eric Wong @ 2012-03-01 2:37 UTC (permalink / raw)
Hi all, I noticed this building a release candidate the other
day. It looks like we won't have to parse /proc/net/unix
on new systems.
It'd be much appreciated if anybody has some free cycles to look at it
and add support for it to Raindrops. We'll probably still have to
support parsing /proc/net/unix for another ~5-10 years since the rest of
the world takes a while to catch up.
We should even try to fall back on EINVAL/ENOSYS in the case raindrops
is compiled on a new machine and run on an old one (unfortunate, but i
happens, I've had to deal with for accept4() in kgio :<).
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