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Re: client sockets: INET vs. UNIX

by fidesachates (Monk)
on Apr 13, 2011 at 16:32 UTC ( [id://899233]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to client sockets: INET vs. UNIX

Sorry to say I can't help you with the perl module, but I have a suggestion for testing. When dealing with sockets, you can use netcat to test your code. Netcat can act as client or server and gives you more finite control over what's being sent without modifying code.
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Re^2: client sockets: INET vs. UNIX
by petr999 (Acolyte) on Apr 16, 2011 at 17:42 UTC

    sniffing and interpreting means same bit-hacking to me as fastcgi specification digging.

    Thanks anyway, I had no idea about netcat is able to handle the local unix sockets.

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