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Re^3: Timeout for an established connection

by zentara (Archbishop)
on Dec 31, 2012 at 19:05 UTC ( #1011091=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Timeout for an established connection
in thread Timeout for an established connection

maybe you need to carefully read the question

I thought I did. :-) IO::Select can be used to set a timeout on reading a socket filehandle. Why aren't you using it? I thought it was in one of the links I listed above.

FWIW, the method which I found to be workable, comes from the way event-loop systems, like Glib or AnyEvent does it. In those systems, when you you get the meta data from the socket connection that an 'IN' condition has occured, but yet there is no data there to be read, then your connection is caput. See Gtk2 server and client GUI's with root messaging for an example.

Also see blocking, non-blocking, and semi-blocking, and Knowing when a socket connection is dead for more Select ideas.

Sorry if I didn't read your question closely enough, but I can't see why select is out of the universe of possible solutions for you. In any event, have a happy new years eve. :-)


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Comment on Re^3: Timeout for an established connection
Re^4: Timeout for an established connection
by 0day (Sexton) on Jan 01, 2013 at 11:35 UTC
    I believe that the "IO :: Poll," is better than "IO :: Selekt" because no limit on the number of sockets. I do not use "IO :: Seleсt" because I use IO :: Poll. But this does not solve the problem. Happy new year!

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