"global" TCP_NODELAY?

Ivan Voras ivoras at freebsd.org
Mon Oct 12 13:53:06 UTC 2009

Tom Judge wrote:
> Ivan Voras wrote:
>> Sergey Smitienko wrote:
>>> Ivan Voras пишет:
>>>> I'm trying to work around some extreme brain damageness in PHP (yes, 
>>>> it sucks) which doesn't have a way to set TCP_NODELAY on stream 
>>>> sockets so I'm wondering what are my other options? Is there a way 
>>>> to set TCP_NODELAY system-wide?
>>> What's wrong with:
>>> <?php
>>> $socket = socket_create_listen(1223);
>>> socket_set_option($socket, SOL_SOCKET, TCP_NODELAY, 1);
>>> var_dump(socket_get_option($socket, SOL_SOCKET, TCP_NODELAY));
>>> ?>
>> These "socket objects" are completely different from fsockopen() 
>> "stream socket objects", and socket_set_option() doesn't work on 
>> those. Consequently, you cannot use fgets() and friends to work with 
>> sockets created with socket_*() and there is apparently no way to wrap 
>> sockets in streams. It's an already finished application that uses 
>> stream-like functions (e.g. fgets() and friends) and rewriting it to 
>> use raw socket recv() and send() would be nasty.
> Is this for php java bridge by any chance?  If so I believe we have a 
> patch floating around so that it can use UNIX sockets rather than INET 
> ones.

No, something in-house.

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