This module allows you to set per-connection keep alive parameters on windows and linux enviroments. For more information on keep alive signals see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keepalive. See also https://tldp.org/HOWTO/html_single/TCP-Keepalive-HOWTO/ for a linux specific implementation.
The module is meant to be used in conjuction with the “network” package. However, in order to ensure adaptability, all functions require a socket file descriptor instead of an implementation dependent socket type. For the network package, such a descriptor can be obtained with the withFdSocket function:
-- sock is a Socket type withFdSocket sock $ \fd -> do before <- getKeepAliveOnOff fd print before -- False -- set keep alive on, idle 60 seconds, interval 2 seconds rlt <- setKeepAlive fd $ KeepAlive True 60 2 case rlt of Left err -> print err Right () -> return () after <- getKeepAliveOnOff fd print after -- True
Please note that only the envocing process can manipulate sockets based on their file descriptors.
Changelog for keep-alive
- Fix build errors
- add return code to OTHER_KEEPALIVE_ERROR
- add darwin support
- fix windows build
- add CI and tests