Use of pool servers reveals unacceptable crash rate in async DNS
hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Mon Jun 27 00:29:47 UTC 2016
esr at thyrsus.com said:
>> Is getaddrinfo_a() in RTEMS? QNX? BSD?
> It's not an OS thing, it's a toolchain thing. getaddrinfo_a() is
> implemented using standard C and POSIX threads, it doesn't need OS-specific
Or it's in an optional extra library.
> Linux has it because Linux uses libc whether you're compiling with gcc or
> clang. Any of those other platforms will have it *if* they have (gcc ||
> clang) && glibc.
My Linux man page says:
#define _GNU_SOURCE /* See feature_test_macros(7) */
Link with -lanl.
I couldn't find it in /usr/include/ on NetBSD or FreeBSD. On Linux, it's in
If it uses threads, we still have the problem of not being able to load the
thread cleanup code.
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