From: gunnar dot peipman at mail dot ee
Operating system: Windows XP Pro
PHP version: 4.3.4
PHP Bug Type: Sockets related
Bug description: stream_select(): unable to select [0]: mod.eval.php

When using non-blocking sockets I get the following error:

Warning: stream_select(): unable to select [0]: No error in

Reproduce code:
Open stream to IRC server and after getting connection and identifying the
script try to use the following code:

echo (stream_select($gSOCKARRAY, $write=NULL, $except=NULL, 1,

Expected result:
I expect that for false there is no changes and for true there is some
socket I have to test.

Actual result:
All I get is the warning above. I tried to change timeouts but no luck at
all. Still apache eats about 78% of my CPU.

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