On Tue, Jul 27, 2004 at 12:36:48PM -0400, Sergey Babkin wrote:
+> If you run a test in which you know the program must fail (such
+> as writing to /dev/full) yet it does not, this means that there
+> is abug in the program.
And what if I've more than one write() on this descriptor and first
write() check works fine, how can I check other writes()?
Really, it is not worth new device.
If you want to use something like this, it should go into /usr/src/tools/
not into /usr/src/sys/ and it should gives us much more than that.
For example in gnop(8) I'm allowing to specify a failure probability,
so you can test failures handling much better (not only first one).
Are there any other places where it could be helpful?