Re: Hang on socket close after connection reset or connection timed out

Knute Johnson <>
Fri, 29 Jun 2007 09:12:00 -0700
Esmond Pitt wrote:

Knute Johnson wrote:

Or if the reading end is blocked and the writing end is closed.

'Connection reset' is only encountered by the writing end. If the
writing end was closed it would get 'socket closed'.

I hate to be disagreeable but that is not what I am getting. On the app
I am currently working on, if the reading end is blocked on read and the
writing end is closed, I get a connection reset.

C:\com\knutejohnson\tsn>java -jar Client.jar Connection reset
         at Source)
         at Source)
         at$PeekInputStream.peek(Unknown Source)
         at$BlockDataInputStream.peekByte(Unknown Sourc
         at Source)
         at Source)
         at Source)


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