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SubjectRe: AF_UNIX MSG_PEEK bug?
On 08/01/2008, Rick Jones <rick.jones2@hp.com> wrote:
> Potential bugs notwithstanding, given that this is a STREAM socket, and
> as such shouldn't (I hope, or I'm eating toes for dinner again) have
> side effects like tossing the rest of a datagram, why are you using
> MSG_PEEK? Why not simply read the N bytes of the message that will have
> the message length with a normal read/recv, and then read that many
> bytes in the next call?
>
> rick jones
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Hi,

Where in the code is the message length being sent across the socket?

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Tom Spink
University of Edinburgh


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