On 21-May-2001 David Schwartz wrote:
>> Any idea ?
> Looks like a bug in the program. If 'sendfile' returns 'EINVAL', that
> you can't use 'sendfile' to send this particular file, and should default to
> read/write or mmap/write. If this program doesn't, it doesn't understand
> Linux's 'sendfile' semantics.
Agreed, I came up to the same conclusion. Applications shouldn't assume that
sendfile will always work, and be ready to fall back to the traditional DIY
way of sending data.
I just downloaded more recent sources of proftpd (1.2.2rc2), and it looks
fixed, already... Time to upgrade :)
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