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Manual Reference Pages  -  UNIXSERVER (1)

NAME

unixserver - UNIX domain socket server

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
See Also
Author

SYNOPSIS

unixserver [options] socket program

DESCRIPTION

Unixserver is UNIX domain socket server that conform to UCSPI, the UNIX Client-Server Program Interface.

OPTIONS

-q Quiet. Do not print any messages.
-Q (default) Print error messages.
-v Verbose. Print error and status messages.
-d Do not delete the socket file on exit.
-D (default) Delete the socket file on exit.
-u UID Change user id to UID after creating socket.
-g GID Change group id to GID after creating socket.
-U Same as ’-u $UID -g $GID’.
-o UID Make the socket owned by UID.
-r GID Make the socket group owned by GID.
-O Same as ’-o $SOCKET_UID -r $SOCKET_GID’.
-p PERM Set the permissions on the created socket (in octal). Note: this option, if set, overrides the mask below. (defaults to 0666 minus umask)
-m MASK Set umask to MASK (in octal) before creating socket. (defaults to 0, previous value is restored afterwards)
-c N Do not handle more than N simultaneous connections. (default 10)
-b N Allow a backlog of N connections.
-B BANNER
  Write BANNER to the client immediately after connecting.

SEE ALSO

unixclient(1), unixcat(1) http://cr.yp.to/proto/ucspi.txt

AUTHOR

ucspi-unix package was written by Bruce Guenter <bruceg@em.ca>

This manual page was originally written by Tomas Kuliavas <tokul@bigfoot.com> for the Debian GNU/Linux system, but may be used elsewhere under the GPL.

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