The FreeBSD version of sendfile is already supported. Starting
with OS X 10.5, Darwin also supports sendfile, but using a
slightly different argument list even though much of the
implementation is likely taken from FreeBSD just like the man
Add support for darwin's sendfile by introducing a new
network_darwin_sendfile.c file that's just a copy of the
network_freebsd_sendfile.c file except with the arguments
adjusted to compensate for the minor API difference (FreeBSD
has separate in and out byte count arguments whereas Darwin
has a combined in/out byte count argument).
Signed-off-by: Kyle J. McKay <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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* if a user truncates a file we are mmapping, reading the truncated
area leads to SIGBUS
* mod_cgi and mod_webdav still use mmap for reading the tmp files
created for large request bodies.
as no other user should have write access for those this isn't
a (security) problem.
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