passing a socket to a spawned process.
mdione at grulic.org.ar
Mon Oct 11 20:25:06 CEST 2004
On Mon, Oct 11, 2004 at 10:23:27AM -0700, Mike M wrote:
> Is it possible? In the parent process, I have a socket that binds,
> listens and then accepts new connections (which creates new sockets in
> the process). I want to be able to pass some of these new sockets to
> a spawned process. Is it possible, and if so how?
just accept() before fork()'ing. the socket will be cloned. then close the
socket on the parent, unless needed.
(Not so) Random fortune:
(Really) Random fortune:
mdione at tempest:~$ cat /dev/random | uuencode random | head -n 3
begin 644 random
M=?:,8:@5MVVIM6>NAYQ6O at I&H86>.3(L"F7S>U'.9`2;%LEAR/E8M[*F=(MP
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