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High Fellow Monks!

I am to write a perl tool to test an own Apache module. I have some mysterious problems with low-level socket.

socket(SOCK, PF_INET, SOCK_STREAM, $proto) || die "socket: $!"; connect(SOCK, $paddr) || die "connect: $!"; print "Host reached\n-----------------\n" ;

The connections is ok! Next comes the problem:

send SOCK, "$lines\n",MSG_OOB ; $res = recv SOCK, $line,1024,MSG_OOB ; while ( defined($res) ) { print $line ; $res = recv SOCK, $line,1024,MSG_OOB ; } print "Closed\n" ; close SOCK ;

The message is correctly submittet to the Apache server, I could check it from the acces-log and the error-log. (The last shows that our module correctly processed the incoming data.) The socket seems to close down BEFORE Apache could send back the reply....

Any ideas?

Gabaux


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