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Re: Postgres Backend doesn't catch the next command, after SIGUSR2
On Mar 30 01:03, Patrick Samson wrote:
> >From msdn:
> "All I/O operations that are canceled will complete
> with the error ERROR_OPERATION_ABORTED. All completion
> notifications for the I/O operations will occur
Urgh, I mised that.
> What's your feeling about:
> if (!CancelIo ((HANDLE) socket))
> if (WSAGetOverlappedResult (socket, &ovr, &len,
> FALSE, flags) && len != 0)
> ret = (int) len;
> else WSASetLastError (WSAEINTR);
Did you try it? Yesterday I changed Cygwin to use asynchronous I/O
instead of overlapped I/O so it now can do without CancelIo.
However, two people reported hangs which don't occur for me. If
if takes too long to track down, I guess I'll revert to overlapped
I/O plus your patch. But I would be more happy with a working
async I/O solution.
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