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Passive TCP connection
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Passive TCP connection
- From: Rick Blumenthal <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 10 Jun 92 08:05:40 MDT
I'm opening a passive tcp connection using:
(open-tcp-stream nil 8000 :wait-for-connection nil)
where the wait-for-connection is eventually used
in the %tcp-control function as:
(when (and (eql (setq err (#_pbcontrolasync pb)) 0)
Now this works fine and a stream with a :listen
state is returned immediately from the open-tcp-stream.
The problem is that the state of this stream eventually
changes to :close via a -23008 error from %tcp-control.
How can I set this time out longer, much longer
I'm using this code as a server and want the
:listen to continue until a connection is established
or I close the stream, not when some timeout mechanism
closes the system.
(Note: :commandtimeout is used to control how long
this stream can be queried, e.g., stream-tyi,
before it signals an error.)
I would appreciate any help, thanks.