rsocket Issue #2
chris.hegarty at oracle.com
Mon Feb 25 22:19:57 UTC 2019
Forgive me, but how do issues like the ones that we’ve encountered get fixed? Intel have contributors in this area, right?
On 25 Feb 2019, at 19:51, Hefty, Sean <sean.hefty at intel.com> wrote:
>>>>> The `rpoll` behaviour I observe is clearly different than regular
>>>>> `poll` ( which will wake up all waiters ). Is this a bug, or expected
>>>>> behaviour of the thread-less rsocket implementation?
>>>> This is likely an implementation issue, but the intent should be to mimic
>> poll behavior here. So I would consider this a bug, and it would take some
>> work to figure out how to handle this in a way that doesn't result in races.
>>> Sure. Is it possible to get this issue into the librdma bug tracking system,
>> and have it evaluated.
>> Has this issue been filed in the librdma bug tracking system?
> There isn't a bug tracking system for any rdma-core components, which librdmacm is one of. All bugs are just to be reported via an email to the linux-rdma kernel mailing list.
> I know Lucy submitted 1 or 2 issues to that mailing list, but I don't believe she ever received a response to any of them. I can submit an email to that mailing list, but I would not anticipate any response to it.
> - Sean
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