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Hi Perl Monks,

I've a query regarding usage of prefork implementation of POE IKC Server.

POE Children stop entertaining further connection requests as soon as they are done with first connection request per child.

Below is the code snippet of core module POE::Component::IKC::Server which seems to cause this behavior. Commenting the call to '_select_define' in 'else' part resolves this issue as we shouldn't stop accepting further connection requests.

Before going to module author; i would like to ensure that my understanding is indeed correct Please advise.

P.S. : i can share sample client/server code to simulate this scenario

...... return unless $heap->{children}; if (--$heap->{connections} < 1) { # DEBUG and warn "$$: {{{{{{{{{{{{{{{ Game over\n"; $kernel->delay('waste_time'); _delete_wheel( $heap ); $::TRACE_REFCNT = 1; } else { # DEBUG and warn "$$: $heap->{connections} connections left\n"; _select_define($heap, 0); } ......

In reply to Possible issue with pre-forked POE IKC Server implementation by rbhardwaj

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