In message <1e149bf9-4347-d924-8942-803b8e4dd...@schokola.de>, Nils Goroll writ
>WFM, but one thing:
>> 1. We will use bogo-IP numbers for client UDS connections
>As long as we get VCL access to the accept socket name, we should not need the
>uds socket path. But we should have a way to differentiate between
>/untrusted/external.socket and /highly/secure/internal.socket
Something like 'local.endpoint' and/or 'local.acceptor' returning
the address and name of the acceptor socket respectively.
>P.S. FTR I can't quite follow the "UDS is hackisch" argument, but that
>discussion would not get us anywhere.
UDS wa a hack to absorb named pipes into this newfangled "network" part
of the kernel.
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