--- Comment #7 from Jan Kokemüller <jan.kokemuel...@gmail.com> ---
Created attachment 192515
patch for a GC that detects cycles
I've tried to modify the GC so that it detects cycles in all "in flight"
sockets and only destroys sockets that are in such a cycle. With this patch the
test program doesn't exit anymore.
I wonder if there can be false negatives with a GC that just detects cycles.
DragonFly has some interesting comments. DragonFly still suffers from this
It looks like Linux had the same race when they still used a mark & sweep GC
instead of a cycle detecting one. Search for "rewrite AF_UNIX garbage
The BUGS section in the man page for send(2) looks related to this problem.
This seems to be a long standing issue.
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