> * Steven Rostedt ([email protected]) wrote:
> > Where, sa_mask is _ignored_ if NODEFER is set. (I now have woken up!).
> > The attached program shows that the sa_mask is indeed ignored when
> > SA_NODEFER is set.
> > Now the real question is... Is this a bug?
> That's not correct w.r.t. SUSv3. sa_mask should be always used and
> SA_NODEFER is just whether or not to add that signal in.
> [XSI] If set and sig is caught, sig shall not be added to the
> signal mask on entry to the signal handler unless it is included in
> sa_mask. Otherwise, sig shall always be added to the thread's signal
> mask on entry to the signal handler.
It's amazing that this non-conformance was never spotted before.
It seems to go all the way back to kernel 1.0 (when the flag
was known as SA_NOMASK).
I'll get something into the manual pages under BUGS.
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