strange problem with nonblocking sockets
Date: 28 Feb 2005 21:27:50 -0800
I am getting a strange problem when using non-blocking sockets. I
have a application which listens on port 3333. Now i try to connect to
it. connection is succesful. No problem.
But when i start the client first and then the server, server is not
able to bind on port 3333.
when i did netstat -a | grep 3333
tcp 0 0 lab123.exl:3333 lab123.exl:3333 ESTABLISHED
I am working on Red hat linux.
Thanks in advance
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