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Author xdegaye
Recipients Nidan, giampaolo.rodola, josiahcarlson, python-dev, stutzbach, xdegaye
Date 2013-05-10.08:35:27
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For the reson why read() must still check for EWOULDBLOCK even though
after select() has reported a file descriptor ready for reading, see
the BUGS section of select linux man page, which says:

       Under Linux, select() may report a socket file descriptor as
       "ready for reading", while nevertheless a subsequent read
       blocks.  This could for  example  happen  when data has arrived
       but upon examination has wrong checksum and is discarded.
       There may be other circumstances in which a file descriptor is
       spuriously reported as ready.  Thus it may be safer to use
       O_NONBLOCK on sockets that should not block.
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