ipcserver opts path prog
ipcserver program listens for connections from local-domain clients.
For each connection, it runs
prog, with descriptor 0 reading from the
network and descriptor 1 writing to the network. Before running
ipcserver sets certain environment variables.
ipcserver program exits when it receives SIGTERM.
Quiet. Do not print error messages.
Print error messages. This is the default.
Verbose. Print error messages and status messages.
Do not handle more than
nsimultaneous connections. If there are
nsimultaneous connections copies of
progrunning, defer acceptance of a new connection until one copy finishes.
nmust be a positive integer. The default value is 40.
Follow the rules compiled into
ipcrules. These rules may specify setting environment variables or rejecting connections from bad sources. You can rerun
ipcrulesto change the rules while
-x cdb, allow connections even if
cdbdoes not exist. Normally
ipcserverwill drop the connection if
cdbdoes not exist.
bannerto the network immediately after each connection is made.
Switch group ID to
gidafter preparing to receive connections.
gidmust be a positive integer.
Switch user ID to
uidafter preparing to receive connections.
uidmust be a positive integer.
-g $GID -u $UID. Typically,
$UIDare set by
Allow a backlog of approximately
pathbefore binding it to a socket. This is the default.
No not delete
pathbefore binding it to a socket.
Do not look up the path bound to the local socket; use
localpathfor the environment variable
Look up the peer’s effective user and group IDs. Put the results in the environment variables
$IPCREMOTEEGID. This is the default.
Do not look up the peer’s effective user and group IDs. Unset the environment variables
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