etsnsrv

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Published: Aug 16, 2013 License: BSD-2-Clause Imports: 8 Imported by: 0

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etsnsrv(1)                       User Commands                      etsnsrv(1)



NAME
       etsnsrv  -  Create  an  ETSN server that sends its connections to other
       procs over unix domain sockets.

SYNOPSIS
       etsnsrv [-dir Where] [-tcp Mode] [-listen Addr]

DESCRIPTION
       etsnsrv(1) creates an ETSN server.  The protocols the  server  supports
       are  the names of any unix domain sockets in the directory specified by
       -dir (default /tmp/etsn), hereafter $DIR.  When a request comes in ask‐
       ing for protocol X, etsnsrv(1) opens the file $DIR/X and sends the file
       descriptor for the TCP connection to the socket X  (the  in  band  data
       will always be the null byte).

       $DIR  should  be  dedicated  to etsnsrv(1).  Client implementations are
       free to remove files that have the name of the service  they're  trying
       to register.

       etsnsrv(1) does not daemonize; use a process supervisor.

OPTIONS
       -dir Where = /tmp/etsn/
              directory to look for protocol handler socket files

       -tcp Mode = tcp
              One of: tcp, tcp4, tcp6 (4 and 6 refers to IPv{4,6})

       -listen Addr = :5908
              Address to listen on



version 2013-08-13                2013-08-13                        etsnsrv(1)

Documentation

Overview

Create an ETSN server that sends its connections to other procs over unix domain sockets.

etsnsrv(1) creates an ETSN server. The protocols the server supports are the names of any unix domain sockets in the directory specified by -dir (default /tmp/etsn), hereafter $DIR. When a request comes in asking for protocol X, etsnsrv(1) opens the file $DIR/X and sends the file descriptor for the TCP connection to the socket X (the in band data will always be the null byte).

$DIR should be dedicated to etsnsrv(1). Client implementations are free to remove files that have the name of the service they're trying to register.

etsnsrv(1) does not daemonize; use a process supervisor.

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