1. 08 May, 2014 3 commits
    • Geoff Thorpe's avatar
      s_client/s_server: support unix domain sockets · a9351320
      Geoff Thorpe authored
      The "-unix <path>" argument allows s_server and s_client to use a unix
      domain socket in the filesystem instead of IPv4 ("-connect", "-port",
      "-accept", etc). If s_server exits gracefully, such as when "-naccept"
      is used and the requested number of SSL/TLS connections have occurred,
      then the domain socket file is removed. On ctrl-C, it is likely that
      the stale socket file will be left over, such that s_server would
      normally fail to restart with the same arguments. For this reason,
      s_server also supports an "-unlink" option, which will clean up any
      stale socket file before starting.
      
      If you have any reason to want encrypted IPC within an O/S instance,
      this concept might come in handy. Otherwise it just demonstrates that
      there is nothing about SSL/TLS that limits it to TCP/IP in any way.
      
      (There might also be benchmarking and profiling use in this path, as
      unix domain sockets are much lower overhead than connecting over local
      IP addresses).
      Signed-off-by: default avatarGeoff Thorpe <geoff@openssl.org>
      a9351320
    • Tim Hudson's avatar
      coverity 966576 - close socket in error path · b6e69d28
      Tim Hudson authored
      b6e69d28
    • Tim Hudson's avatar
      8e94fadd
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