[erlang-questions] enotconn from gen_tcp socket

Sergei Fomin dafgar@REDACTED
Sat Jun 9 14:58:37 CEST 2012

Unfortunaly no, when I close connection correctly (i.e. fyn->, 
fyn_ack<-, ack->) and then do inet:peername, it still returns {ok, IP}. 
And yes, I have turned off exit_on_close socket option.

Attila Rajmund Nohl wrote:
> 2012/6/8 Sergei Fomin<dafgar@REDACTED>:
>> Hello.
>> There is a server which gen_tcp:accept new connections and immediately logs
>> inet:peername. But still, "Accepted {error,enotconn}" can be seen in the log
>> files. One possible reason of such error is described in
>> http://erlang.org/pipermail/erlang-questions/2012-May/066802.html , i.e. a
>> client does 3-way handshake and sends RST packet immediately. Though, this
>> scenario seems uncommon.
>> Wonder, what other causes can lead to enotconn on just opened socket?
> I think it doesn't have to be an RST, a normal connection closing
> would also lead to this error. I've seen a very similar error a couple
> of months ago when the OTP SFTP client did something similar as you,
> i.e. it had a
> {ok, PeerAddr} = inet:peername(Socket),
> call soon after the Socket was created and sometimes this crashed with
> a badmatch. The SFTP client has been fixed in R15B01, so there's a
> case and error handling instead of the matching.
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Sergei Fomin
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