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Re: Re: Re: Re: bidirectional IPC (Linux)

by Anonymous Monk
on Nov 09, 2001 at 14:43 UTC ( #124324=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Re: Re: bidirectional IPC (Linux)
in thread bidirectional IPC (Linux)

>You said you had already tried UDS

i dont think that either uds or sockets are good for that, but ok that may be wrong

>I am currently reworking the architecture so that you can drop in any transport layer that you want to
>use - I have a demo using SysV message queues, and I can't wait to hear your comments on that one.


>The basic architecture of my code is useful for a preforking server, regardless of the transport layer.
>For someone who doesn't even know what select does,
>you seem to be pretty good at pointing out why code you don't understand is unsuitable for your purpose.

sorry about that, but i read the pod, and thats what i took as source for my opinion, but nevertheless i will try your module, and maybe then, if i ever get it running with pipes, will compare the speed and reliability of both. But sure, your way is an easy one.
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