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I have set up a TCP server and enabled the socket’s options: SO_RCVTIMEO , SO_SNDTIMEO.
I called recv() with the flag MSG_WAITALL and I noticed that there is no timeout on recv() (i.e. after the time defined with SO_RCVTIMEO recv() still blocks())
From what I read I could not find an explicit answer but it sounded like that the timeout option should be in effect, if set ,even with MSG_WAITALL in recv().
I also tried removing the MSG_WAITALL from recv() (setting flags parameter to 0) and still recv() blocks forever without any timeout.
Can you please explain (or help fix) why the timeout does not hold ?
In reply to ToddMullanix:
In reply to Guy Mardiks:
I tried an example with 2.24.02.31 (and again with 2.25.00.09) and it worked fine. I set both SO_RCVTIMEO and SO_SNDTIMEO to 5 seconds. I had my laptop sending a TCP packet (on port 1000)that the target just echo'd back. I had the laptop stop sending for a bit but not close the socket. I checked (via WireShark) that the target closed the socket in 5 seconds.
Here is the primary source file that I used for testing.
The SO_KEEPALIVE option was in the example I tweaked. I expect that it was there for testing purposes. The default send time is 2 hours. If there were no timeouts on the recv/send APIs, its useful in making sure things are still alive. I don't see an strerror equivalent. I'm pinging one of the NDK engineers.
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