[ejabberd] Keep alive check?

Yves Goergen nospam.list at unclassified.de
Sat Apr 2 23:21:58 MSD 2005


On 02.04.2005 15:08 (+0200), Mickael Remond wrote:
> ejabberd has this feature. This is actually a feature of TCP/IP.
> When the connection is killed, the TCP/IP stack on the server will 
> detect it and warn ejabberd that the connection has been closed. 
> ejabberd will do the necessary house keeping after this signal.

Thanks for the info. TCP can do this? Does it continously ping the other
side therefore? Because the applications have no chance to say goodbye
when someone pulls the network cable. Do you know what timeout is the
default or a common value for this?

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