Unix domain accept() and getperrname() doesn't return the client address.
Thu Mar 7 14:38:00 GMT 2013
On Mar 7 22:48, Tanaka Akira wrote:
> 2013/3/4 Corinna Vinschen:
> > It's not exactly intentional, but known. The socket's peername is not
> > transmitted during the local socket credential exchange. So far the
> > server assumes an unbound socket on the client side because, well, I
> > guess the reason is "nobody asked for it yet". This could probably
> > be implemented with not too much effort, if necessary.
> I see. Thank you.
> Is it also known that recvfrom() on Unix domain datagram socket
> returns an AF_INET address?
Not really, no. This is another "nobody asked for it yet", but I think
that's a bug. I'll have a look to fix that for 1.7.18. But the above
restriction will apply. If we have no peer address, you get a
sockaddr_un with empty path.
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