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Re: [fluid-dev] Failure to bind server socket: 98

From: Marcus Weseloh
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] Failure to bind server socket: 98
Date: Sun, 6 Mar 2022 14:13:47 +0100

Am So., 27. Feb. 2022 um 17:30 Uhr schrieb Ben Gonzales via fluid-dev
> So, is there a shell command to shut down the program (rather than just
> exit the shell)
> If not, how do I shut it down elegantly without killing the process
> (which is what I am doing currently)?

Good question! I think we currently have no way to properly terminate
a FluidSynth process started as a server (with -s command-line

It seems we even have a bug in the handling of the interactive and
socket shell connections. If I start FluidSynth with -s and type
"quit" in the interactive shell, then the program hangs and does not
return to the command prompt. Only after I telnet to 9800 once does
FluidSynth actually exit (and also terminate the telnet session on
port 9800 immediately). But it doesn't clean up the socket properly,
it keeps hanging in TIME_WAIT. There is definitely something not quite
right here.


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