[e2e] doub regarding handling socket write errors
touch at ISI.EDU
Sun Oct 16 11:21:07 PDT 2005
MEENA SELVAM wrote:
> In one of the socket tutorials, , it was mentioned
> when socket write errors are involved, perror can be
> called and the program can be exited.
> I also read when a system call fails, the progra will
> In my situation, I have a main program which creates
> threads. If socket write error happens in the sub
> threads, I do not want to exit the main program,
> basically I need to reconnect to the server when
> socket write/read error happens.
> so what should I do?
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> is there a signal that is generated upon a socket
> write error? Should I catch that signal and try to
> reconnect instead of exiting. How can I handle socket
> write errors in my own way?
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