pub struct AsyncFdReadyGuard<'a, T: AsRawFd> { /* private fields */ }
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Represents an IO-ready event detected on a particular file descriptor that has not yet been acknowledged. This is a must_use structure to help ensure that you do not forget to explicitly clear (or not clear) the event.

This type exposes an immutable reference to the underlying IO object.


Indicates to tokio that the file descriptor is no longer ready. The internal readiness flag will be cleared, and tokio will wait for the next edge-triggered readiness notification from the OS.

It is critical that this function not be called unless your code actually observes that the file descriptor is not ready. Do not call it simply because, for example, a read succeeded; it should be called when a read is observed to block.

This method should be invoked when you intentionally want to keep the ready flag asserted.

While this function is itself a no-op, it satisfies the #[must_use] constraint on the AsyncFdReadyGuard type.

Performs the provided IO operation.

If f returns a WouldBlock error, the readiness state associated with this file descriptor is cleared, and the method returns Err(TryIoError::WouldBlock). You will typically need to poll the AsyncFd again when this happens.

This method helps ensure that the readiness state of the underlying file descriptor remains in sync with the tokio-side readiness state, by clearing the tokio-side state only when a WouldBlock condition occurs. It is the responsibility of the caller to ensure that f returns WouldBlock only if the file descriptor that originated this AsyncFdReadyGuard no longer expresses the readiness state that was queried to create this AsyncFdReadyGuard.

Returns a shared reference to the inner AsyncFd.

Returns a shared reference to the backing object of the inner AsyncFd.

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