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Subject [GitHub] [thrift] fishy opened a new pull request #2190: THRIFT-5240: Do connectivity check in Go server
Date Sat, 27 Jun 2020 17:17:29 GMT

fishy opened a new pull request #2190:
URL: https://github.com/apache/thrift/pull/2190


   Client: go
   
   In compiler generated TProcessorFunction implementations, add a
   goroutine after read the request to do connectivity check on the input
   transport. If the transport is no longer open, cancel the context object
   passed into the handler implementation.
   
   Also define ErrAbandonRequest error, to help TSimpleServer closing
   client connections that's already closed on the other end.
   
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