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Fix race condition in servodriver #16819
I seem to recall that there's a problem doing that, at least with the way that marionette works, because we need to pass the port number in to the command line argument rather than bind it ourselves. So we could get a socket with a random/unused port then read it's port number and then pass that down after closing it but we can't get a socket on a random port and then use that socket directly.
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