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Date: Thu, 06 Jul 2000 20:07:37 -0400
From: Charles Wilson <cwilson AT ece DOT gatech DOT edu>
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To: Robert Collins <robert DOT collins AT itdomain DOT com DOT au>
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Subject: Re: stackdump revisited
References: <001b01bfe799$2dab0b20$f7c723cb AT lifelesswks>

Call me crazy, but aren't fd's 0,1 and 2 == stdin, stdout, stderr (in
some permutation)?


> Robert Collins wrote:
> Thanks all for your patience with my stackdumping squid!
> this time I have made real progress...
> squid goes thru the following loop when before it starts up the very
> first worker instance.
> ===
>     for (i = 0; i < Squid_MaxFD; i++)
>         close(i);
> ====
> when i=2 it stackdumps. Are fd's 0, 1 and 2 reserved? I am looking
> into whether squid _needs_ to close these, or if it's an old hack
> still present..
> Thanks in advance,
> Rob

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