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How does the -1 option work in lighttpd?

Added by zoolop over 2 years ago

I am using the latest version of lighttpd.
When reading the man page, it says that -1 Process single (one) request on stdin socket, then exit. I could find no documentation on how the syntax of this option is. What would be the proper syntax?


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RE: How does the -1 option work in lighttpd? - Added by gstrauss over 2 years ago

lighttpd -h
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 -1         process single (one) request on stdin socket, then exit

What would be the proper syntax?

That's it. That's the syntax.

Focus on the words "stdin socket"

x-ref: https://redmine.lighttpd.net/boards/2/topics/9348

Don't multi-post for the same issue.

RE: How does the -1 option work in lighttpd? - Added by zoolop over 2 years ago

Is there any tutorial on how to do this? I am an absolute beginner to networking, etc. How would i send a request to the stdin socket? Do i create a file with the request and then pass it through the -1 parameter.

RE: How does the -1 option work in lighttpd? - Added by zoolop over 2 years ago

I read the code and found out that fd is the socket

RE: How does the -1 option work in lighttpd? - Added by gstrauss over 2 years ago

git annotate or git log are good places to start when you have questions.
https://redmine.lighttpd.net/issues/1584#note-9

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