[sr-dev] [tracker] Comment added: tcp_async=yes breaks connect_timeout (no effect) and TCP reject detection
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Wed Jun 15 21:03:56 CEST 2011
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FS#136 - tcp_async=yes breaks connect_timeout (no effect) and TCP reject detection
User who did this - Iñaki Baz Castillo (ibc)
I assume what is happening:
When tcp_async=no, the worker itself open the TCP connection (which of course is bad as it gets blocked for a while) and can detect TCP failures or timeouts.
When tcp_async=yes, the worker just sends the message to some TCP process and inmediately returns so can handle other TCP requests. Then it just expects a SIP response associated to the client transaction from the transactiin layer, and it's not aware of TCP rejection or timeouts.
If I'm not wrong in the above, could the tcp_async=yes mode be improved so some worker is notified about TCP rejection or timeout?
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