> In article <19686.1091723777@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> (at Thu, 5 Aug 2004 18:36:17
> +0200 (MEST)), "Michael T Kerrisk" <mtk-lists@xxxxxxx> says:
> > Now, on Linux, at this point, the second instance of the
> > server fails with EADDRINUSE, even though it did use
> > SO_REUSEADDR. On FreeBSD 5.1, the second server instance
> > does successfully bind.
> This behavior is intended.
> First socket is REQUIRED to set SO_REUSEADDR
> I hate BSD's behavior because it is asynmetry.
> (Both sockets are required to agree on "REUSEADDR.")
Thank you for the information / confirmation that this is intended
behavior. I'll try to see that something on this point makes it
into the man pages.
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