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#![cfg(feature = "process")]
// This test reveals a difference in behavior of kqueue on FreeBSD. When the
// reader disconnects, there does not seem to be an `EVFILT_WRITE` filter that
// is returned.
// It is expected that `EVFILT_WRITE` would be returned with either the
// `EV_EOF` or `EV_ERROR` flag set. If either flag is set a write would be
// attempted, but that does not seem to occur.
#![cfg(all(unix, not(target_os = "freebsd")))]
use std::process::Stdio;
use std::time::Duration;
use tokio::prelude::*;
use tokio::process::Command;
use tokio::time;
use tokio_test::assert_err;
async fn issue_2174() {
let mut child = Command::new("sleep")
let mut input = child.stdin.take().unwrap();
// Writes will buffer up to 65_636. This *should* loop at least 8 times
// and then register interest.
let handle = tokio::spawn(async move {
let data = [0u8; 8192];
loop {
// Sleep enough time so that the child process's stdin's buffer fills.
// Kill the child process.
let _ = child.await;