Connection errors (UNIX domain)
The most common errors that can be returned
when a connection fails are:
The host refused service for some reason.
This error usually occurs when the requested name exists,
but is not in a state that allows it to accept connections.
No such file or directory.
This error is returned if a connection cannot be
established because the requested name does not exist.
If a connection fails at any time, the socket cannot be re-used;
it must be closed and a new socket created.
Transferring data via a socket (UNIX domain)
Accepting a connection (UNIX domain)
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003