[Flow] Problem [was: Re: Flow 2 alpha 1 released]
ian.piumarta at inria.fr
Tue Aug 27 12:50:33 UTC 2002
On Tue, 27 Aug 2002, Stephan Rudlof wrote:
> Note: Before I had to open my echo port (Debian Linux) and set it from
> 'nowait' to 'wait' to avoid immediately closing the port.
You've a problem there, somewhere. This should not be necessary. The
'wait' flag controls whether inetd continues to make the service available
(i.e., will accept() additional connections on the service's port) when a
client is already connected (spawning multiple servers, as necessary).
Changing the value from 'nowait' to 'wait' should not affect the behaviour
of the service -- at least for the first client that connects to it. (It
just means that you can't have multiple servers [for a single, given
service] running concurrently. For 'echo' the flag should always be
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