Is there any other reason that tcp server can't receive socket client data?
ambrus at math.bme.hu
Wed Mar 21 10:14:09 CET 2012
On 3/21/12, Steem <lishaomin at gmail.com> wrote:
>Is there any other reason that tcp server can't receive socket client data?
Could it be just that the process isn't trying to read from the socket at all?
> When use "netstat -anp" command, the new coming client data is increasing
> (RECV-Q is increasing), but the process name is "-", not my program name
> and PID.
Have you ran netstat as a non-root user? Are you using some kind of
security extension in the kernel? If any of these is true, maybe
that's why netstat doesn't find the process.
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