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Date 2015-01-30.01:34:41
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The way socket timeouts are implemented is by using select() to determine whether the socket is ready for read/write. In this case, select() probably marks the socket ready even though the queue is full, which later raises EAGAIN.

About SO_SNDTIMEO and SO_RCVTIMEO, POSIX says "it is implementation-defined whether the SO_SNDTIMEO option can be set". Also, they would not necessarily apply to other operations such as accept().
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