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Introduction to Networking Instructor: Prof. Aleksandar Kuzmanovic. Advanced Sockets. Bin Lin TA , Intro to Networking Jan 1 9, 200 5 Recital 3. Homework grader. Geet Duggal, [email protected] Office hours on Tuesdays between 4 and 6. The problem.

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Advanced sockets

Introduction to Networking

Instructor: Prof. Aleksandar Kuzmanovic

Advanced Sockets

Bin Lin

TA , Intro to Networking

Jan 19, 2005

Recital 3


Homework grader

Homework grader

  • Geet Duggal, [email protected]

  • Office hours on Tuesdays between 4 and 6


The problem

The problem

You are a server and you want to listen for incoming connections as well as keep reading from the connections you already have.

  • Blocking

    • "block" is techie jargon for "sleep".

  • Lots of functions block.

    • accept() blocks.

    • All the recv() functions block


The select call

The select call

Enables you to deal with many clients at the same time

HOW ?

Monitors several sockets at the same time.

tell you which ones are ready for reading,

which are ready for writing,


S ynopsis of select

Synopsis of select()

  • #include <sys/time.h>

  • #include <sys/types.h>

  • #include <unistd.h>

  • int select(int numfds, fd_set *readfds, fd_set *writefds, fd_set *exceptfds, struct timeval *timeout);

  • It'll tell you which ones are ready for reading, which are ready for writing, and which sockets have raised exceptions, if you really want to know that.


M anipulate sets

Manipulate sets

  • Each set is of the type fd_set. The following macros operate on this type:

  • FD_ZERO(fd_set *set) -- clears a file descriptor set

  • FD_SET(int fd, fd_set *set) -- adds fd to the set

  • FD_CLR(int fd, fd_set *set) -- removes fd from the set

  • FD_ISSET(int fd, fd_set *set) -- tests to see if fd is in the set

  • Example - when select() returns, readfds will be modified to reflect which of the file descriptors you selected is ready for reading. Test them with the macro FD_ISSET(),


The code

THE CODE

A multi-person chat server


Advanced sockets

DEMO

A multi-person chat server


Important points

Important Points

  • Accepting new connections via select

  • Client closes connection

    • Select returns “socket ready to read”

    • recv() will return 0.


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