select is the way 99% of the daemon are built on. Not saying there
is a bug and by the way, if you have a way to reprduce it, i'll be
happy to fix it.

On Fri, Jul 02, 2004 at 11:24:24AM +0200, Yannick Lecaillez wrote:
> Le ven 02/07/2004 ? 11:21, Jacco de Leeuw a ?crit :
> >  > When I read your reply, I almost wet myself. I added the printf statements
> >  > to the source,
> > >>(l2tpd: network.c / around line 327)
> > >>printf("select\n");
> > >>select (max + 1, &readfds, NULL, NULL, NULL);
> > >>printf("select ok\n");
> > 
> > I don't get it. This is normal behaviour, right? l2tpd waits for
> > packets received on a socket.
> Don't think it's a l2tpd bug (everybody use select() :). Perhaps its no
> bug at all but i think there is one somewhere. I had really strange
> behaviour ... Everything was configured to work but it don't ...
> At this time i read a post of a guy which have strictly the same problem
> than mine ... Really strange :-/
> 
> 

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