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Re: File descriptor leak involving kqueue
Eric Haszlakiewicz <erh%nimenees.com@localhost> writes:
> For cross-OS support you'll need to add a configure check for that.
> In some environments it seems that the memory leak can't be fixed,
> since res_ndestroy doesn't exist.
Looks that way -- Linux doesn't even have res_nclose(), so I guess
programmers who decide to go this low-level need to adapt their code
carefully to the systems it is to run on.
Now, why the opendmarc people decided to use these calls in the first
place, I don't understand. They create a new resolver, perform a single
query using it, and tear it back down. If it were to do something
special, like, say, setting RES_BLAST instead of RES_ROTATE, I could
understand it. This is just weird. Is there something I'm not seeing?
Most people who graduate with CS degrees don't understand the significance
of Lisp. Lisp is the most important idea in computer science. --Alan Kay
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