|author||Dmitry V. Levin <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Fri Feb 19 01:30:34 2016 +0000|
|committer||Dmitry V. Levin <email@example.com>||Fri Feb 19 01:44:33 2016 +0000|
Change unix_diag requests back to use full dump instead of exact match Unfortunately, 64-bit linux kernel has a bug in matching inode numbers greater than INT_MAX, so unix_diag exact match is not reliable. This partially reverts commit 69bfc89770152033d4aa0bc5673fc46e65d89838. * socketutils.c (unix_send_query): Add NLM_F_DUMP to nlmsg_flags, remove initialization of udiag_cookie. * tests/netlink_unix_diag.c (send_query): Remove "inode" argument, add NLM_F_DUMP to nlmsg_flags, remove initialization of udiag_ino and udiag_cookie. (check_responses): Remove "inode" argument and its use. (main): Remove invocation of inode_of_sockfd and passing of listening socket inode to send_query and check_responses.
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