I wrote:
> I'm going to generate a smaller test program showing this and file
> a bug report at Red Hat.

Filed as
in case anyone wants to track it.  (I suspect the Red Hat kernel guys
will just bounce it upstream, but that's their call not mine.)

> In the mean time, it looks like we should assume EIDRM means EINVAL
> on Linux, because AFAICS there is not actually anyplace in that code
> that should return EIDRM; their data structure doesn't really have
> any state that would justify returning such a code.

Patch for this committed in all active branches.

                        regards, tom lane

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