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Date:	Fri, 30 Mar 2007 17:10:38 +0200
From:	"Predrag Hodoba" <>
To:	"Stephen Hemminger" <>,
	"David Miller" <>
Subject: Re: [PATCH] NET: Add TCP connection abort IOCTL

On 30/03/07, Stephen Hemminger <> wrote:
> David Miller wrote:
> >
> > Something being in the CGL specification is to me exactly a great
> > reason NOT to add it.  That specification is so full of garbage it's
> > unbelievable.
> >
> > Thanks, you've given me one more reason not to even remotely consider
> > adding this feature.
> >
> Agreed, CGL is a vendor driven group that has always wanted to replicate
> proprietary misfeatures onto Linux.  There is a real requirement to
> provide high availability but there should be no requirement to implement
> the solution in the same crap way as legacy Unix.

OK, let's put aside CGL and legacy Unices.

Still, I don't see how the case I mentioned can easily be handled.
(The case being - effective clean up of all affected client TCP
connections, following failover of the server IP address from active
to passive node in a highly available cluster).
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