Um, I've got a (commercial binary-only) server application
which _can_ cause the following kernel messages on shutdown and startup...
kernel: dupfd: fd 32767, max 1024
kernel: dupfd: fd 16383, max 1024
kernel: dupfd: fd 8191, max 1024
kernel: dupfd: fd 4095, max 1024
kernel: dupfd: fd 2047, max 1024
kernel: dupfd: fd 2046, max 1024
kernel: dupfd: fd 2045, max 1024
and so on counting down by one until...
kernel: dupfd: fd 1025, max 1024
I'm trying to determine if I need to worry about or just report it as
a application bug. But I can't quite trace the path, Eg. why is
dupfd()'s start descreasing?
The application is a SQL-server written for 2.0.36 + BIGFD's patch,
which I suspect is relevant.
More details on demand , TTFN
-- Roger "Do you have much trouble with BSODs?" "Not really, only since we've moved to NT." -- Me IRL talking to a printing press engineer.
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