Class: UNIXServer

Inherits:
UNIXSocket show all
Defined in:
unixserver.c,
unixserver.c,
lib/socket.rb

Overview

UNIXServer represents a UNIX domain stream server socket.

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods inherited from UNIXSocket

#addr, pair, #path, #peeraddr, #recv_io, #recvfrom, #send_io, socketpair

Methods inherited from BasicSocket

#close_read, #close_write, #connect_address, do_not_reverse_lookup, #do_not_reverse_lookup, #do_not_reverse_lookup=, do_not_reverse_lookup=, for_fd, #getpeereid, #getpeername, #getsockname, #getsockopt, #local_address, #recv, #recv_nonblock, #recvmsg, #recvmsg_nonblock, #remote_address, #send, #sendmsg, #sendmsg_nonblock, #setsockopt, #shutdown

Constructor Details

#new(path) ⇒ Object

Creates a new UNIX server socket bound to path.

serv = UNIXServer.new("/tmp/sock")
s = serv.accept
p s.read

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# File 'unixserver.c', line 24

static VALUE
unix_svr_init(VALUE sock, VALUE path)
{
    return rsock_init_unixsock(sock, path, 1);
}

Instance Method Details

#acceptObject

Accepts an incoming connection. It returns a new UNIXSocket object.

UNIXServer.open("/tmp/sock") {|serv|
  UNIXSocket.open("/tmp/sock") {|c|
    s = serv.accept
    s.puts "hi"
    s.close
    p c.read #=> "hi\n"
  }
}

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# File 'unixserver.c', line 47

static VALUE
unix_accept(VALUE sock)
{
    rb_io_t *fptr;
    struct sockaddr_un from;
    socklen_t fromlen;

    GetOpenFile(sock, fptr);
    fromlen = (socklen_t)sizeof(struct sockaddr_un);
    return rsock_s_accept(rb_cUNIXSocket, fptr->fd,
		          (struct sockaddr*)&from, &fromlen);
}

#accept_nonblock(exception: true) ⇒ Object

call-seq:

unixserver.accept_nonblock([options]) => unixsocket

Accepts an incoming connection using accept(2) after O_NONBLOCK is set for the underlying file descriptor. It returns an accepted UNIXSocket for the incoming connection.

Example

require 'socket' serv = UNIXServer.new(“/tmp/sock”) begin # emulate blocking accept sock = serv.accept_nonblock rescue IO::WaitReadable, Errno::EINTR IO.select() retry end # sock is an accepted socket.

Refer to Socket#accept for the exceptions that may be thrown if the call to UNIXServer#accept_nonblock fails.

UNIXServer#accept_nonblock may raise any error corresponding to accept(2) failure, including Errno::EWOULDBLOCK.

If the exception is Errno::EWOULDBLOCK, Errno::EAGAIN, Errno::ECONNABORTED or Errno::EPROTO, it is extended by IO::WaitReadable. So IO::WaitReadable can be used to rescue the exceptions for retrying accept_nonblock.

By specifying `exception: false`, the options hash allows you to indicate that accept_nonblock should not raise an IO::WaitReadable exception, but return the symbol :wait_readable instead.

See

  • UNIXServer#accept

  • Socket#accept


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# File 'lib/socket.rb', line 1348

def accept_nonblock(exception: true)
  __accept_nonblock(exception)
end

#listen(int) ⇒ 0

Listens for connections, using the specified int as the backlog. A call to listen only applies if the socket is of type SOCK_STREAM or SOCK_SEQPACKET.

Parameter

  • backlog - the maximum length of the queue for pending connections.

Example 1

require 'socket'
include Socket::Constants
socket = Socket.new( AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM, 0 )
sockaddr = Socket.pack_sockaddr_in( 2200, 'localhost' )
socket.bind( sockaddr )
socket.listen( 5 )

Example 2 (listening on an arbitrary port, unix-based systems only):

require 'socket'
include Socket::Constants
socket = Socket.new( AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM, 0 )
socket.listen( 1 )

Unix-based Exceptions

On unix based systems the above will work because a new sockaddr struct is created on the address ADDR_ANY, for an arbitrary port number as handed off by the kernel. It will not work on Windows, because Windows requires that the socket is bound by calling bind before it can listen.

If the backlog amount exceeds the implementation-dependent maximum queue length, the implementation's maximum queue length will be used.

On unix-based based systems the following system exceptions may be raised if the call to listen fails:

  • Errno::EBADF - the socket argument is not a valid file descriptor

  • Errno::EDESTADDRREQ - the socket is not bound to a local address, and the protocol does not support listening on an unbound socket

  • Errno::EINVAL - the socket is already connected

  • Errno::ENOTSOCK - the socket argument does not refer to a socket

  • Errno::EOPNOTSUPP - the socket protocol does not support listen

  • Errno::EACCES - the calling process does not have appropriate privileges

  • Errno::EINVAL - the socket has been shut down

  • Errno::ENOBUFS - insufficient resources are available in the system to complete the call

Windows Exceptions

On Windows systems the following system exceptions may be raised if the call to listen fails:

  • Errno::ENETDOWN - the network is down

  • Errno::EADDRINUSE - the socket's local address is already in use. This usually occurs during the execution of bind but could be delayed if the call to bind was to a partially wildcard address (involving ADDR_ANY) and if a specific address needs to be committed at the time of the call to listen

  • Errno::EINPROGRESS - a Windows Sockets 1.1 call is in progress or the service provider is still processing a callback function

  • Errno::EINVAL - the socket has not been bound with a call to bind.

  • Errno::EISCONN - the socket is already connected

  • Errno::EMFILE - no more socket descriptors are available

  • Errno::ENOBUFS - no buffer space is available

  • Errno::ENOTSOC - socket is not a socket

  • Errno::EOPNOTSUPP - the referenced socket is not a type that supports the listen method

See

  • listen manual pages on unix-based systems

  • listen function in Microsoft's Winsock functions reference

Returns:

  • (0)

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# File 'socket.c', line 643

VALUE
rsock_sock_listen(VALUE sock, VALUE log)
{
    rb_io_t *fptr;
    int backlog;

    backlog = NUM2INT(log);
    GetOpenFile(sock, fptr);
    if (listen(fptr->fd, backlog) < 0)
	rb_sys_fail("listen(2)");

    return INT2FIX(0);
}

#sysacceptObject

Accepts a new connection. It returns the new file descriptor which is an integer.

UNIXServer.open("/tmp/sock") {|serv|
  UNIXSocket.open("/tmp/sock") {|c|
    fd = serv.sysaccept
    s = IO.new(fd)
    s.puts "hi"
    s.close
    p c.read #=> "hi\n"
  }
}

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# File 'unixserver.c', line 92

static VALUE
unix_sysaccept(VALUE sock)
{
    rb_io_t *fptr;
    struct sockaddr_un from;
    socklen_t fromlen;

    GetOpenFile(sock, fptr);
    fromlen = (socklen_t)sizeof(struct sockaddr_un);
    return rsock_s_accept(0, fptr->fd, (struct sockaddr*)&from, &fromlen);
}