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> On May 15, 2016, at 00:20, Martin Husemann <> wrote:
> On Sat, May 14, 2016 at 10:48:23PM -0700, Charles Cui wrote:
>> Hi Guys,
>>   I have attached a patch which is used to expose SIGRTMIN and SIGRTMAX to
>> user land. This will remove a lot of errors related with those macros in
>> posix test benchmark (  Comments are
>> welcomed. Besides this mail list, I believe it would be useful to also send
>> to netbsd kernel mail list, I am wondering which list is the good place to
>> review this patch?
> Please do not cross-post to several mailing lists. In this case actually
> tech-kern@ might be a good place to ask, but it is not clear, so we can
> just continue discussion here.
> I don't think exposing the bounds to userland is enough to fix the issue,
> we need to check that we have all parts implemented for 
> 	2.4.2 Realtime Signal Generation and Delivery
> and we don't, see "man 3 sigevent" and search for SIGEV_THREAD.
> So this is a non-trivial fix (Christos would know better how hard it actually
> is to implement), and a good step for your project would be to examine the
> current state and write a PR describing the bits we are missing.
> Then either, as you go along with other stuff, somebody (Christos?),
> will fill the missing parts, or in the end this part will (for now) stay
> incomplete.

	Quick sidenote: the project noted above from is dated and a bit flawed. Please use the version from ltp: — if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me directly (yaneurabeya@ on github, etc). I’ll do my best to push through compatibility improvements where it makes sense.

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