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Re: fork() fails if it is called recursively from a child thread.
On Thu, 9 Mar 2017 08:53:19 -0500 Eliot Moss wrote:
Thank you for response.
> This strikes me as either BLODA (interfering software) or a need to
> rebase some dll(s). That's what I most commonly see that causes that
> fork error.
This occurs even under newly installed windows 10 & 7.
Moreover, rebaseall does not help.
Couldn't you reproduce the problem in your environment with my test case?
Release note of iperf 2.0.5-1 says:
Note that a currently known limitation of the Cygwin version is that
running as a daemon (with the -D option) is not currently functional.
The previous version (2.0.4) also had this limitation.
This is also the reason why I think this problem causes commonly
Takashi Yano <email@example.com>
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