• Subject: Re: Altering the SOMAXCONN value.
  • From: Phil Hall <hallp@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Oct 1997 11:23:49 -0500
  • Organization: SSA

Working with Doc on this one, we've found that if you're really hammering a
listening process on the AS/400, that the backlog parameter needs to be fairly
high to avoid the AS/400 randomly discarding queued connections.

The difference between AS/400 & Unix is that Unix will give you a 'Connection
refused' if the queued connection doesn't get serviced by an accept after a
certain time. The AS/400 on the other hand will randomly throw out a connection
(not necessarily your connection) from the queue.

--phil

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