|sock||the socket object.|
|timeout||read only integer value, default is 10seconds.|
my ($stdout, $stderr, $appstatus) = $self->request($env, $content) $env is environment hash, same as CGI.$content is request body string. This method returns $stdout and $stderr strings.When error got, return undef. $appstatus is the status code of FastCGI server, this is one of the following code.
#define FCGI_REQUEST_COMPLETE 0 #define FCGI_CANT_MPX_CONN 1 #define FCGI_OVERLOADED 2 #define FCGI_UNKNOWN_ROLE 3
These constants defined at FCGI::Client::Constat.
Why dont support FCGI_KEEP_CONN? FCGI_KEEP_CONN is not used by lighttpds mod_fastcgi.c, and mod_fast_cgi for apache. And, FCGI.xs doesnt support it.
I seems FCGI_KEEP_CONN is not used in real world.
|perl v5.20.3||FCGI::CLIENT::CONNECTION (3)||2011-09-20|